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death, she donated her research collection to the library of the University of Miami. A section in Guillermo Cabrera Infante's book, Tres Tigres Tristes, has a section written under Lydia Cabrera's name, in a comical rendition of her literary voice. With her focus on thoroughly exploring Afro-Cuban culture, she returned to Cuba in 1930. She moved to a ranch La Quinta San Jose in the suburb of Havana, Marianao, located just outside the barrio Pogolotti where she conducted


United States

eib19_reportsummary.pdf accessdate June 9, 2007 Literature, philosophy, and the arts In the 18th and early 19th centuries, American art and literature took most of its cues from Europe. Writers such as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Edgar Allan Poe, and Henry David Thoreau established a distinctive American literary voice by the middle of the 19th century. Mark Twain and poet

Hinojosa --each of whom is now considered a major literary voice. Cyrus R.K. Patell, "Emergent Ethnic Literatures: Native American, Hispanic, Asian American," '''A Concise Companion to Postwar American Literature and Culture''', ed. Josephine G. Hendin, p.366. The final award was given in 1975 to Estela Portillo Trambley. Luis Leal and Manuel M. Martin-Rodríguez, "Chicano Literature, '''The Cambridge History of Latin American Literature''', vol. 2


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