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John S. Brushwood. Mexico in Its Novel: A Nation's Search for Identity. University of Texas Press. 1966. 292pp.

Eladio Cortés (editor). Dictionary of Mexican Literature. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1992. 768pp.

Sandra Messinger Cypess. La Malinche in Mexican Literature: From History to Myth. University of Texas Press. 1991. 239pp. Mistress of Hernando Cortes.

Carol Clark D'Lugo. The Fragmented Novel in Mexico: The Politics of Form. University of Texas Press. 1997. 281pp.

David William Foster. Mexican Literature: A Bibliography of Secondary Sources. Scarecrow Press. 1981. 386pp.

David William Foster (editor). Mexican Literature: A History. University of Texas Press. 1994. 458pp. Essays.

Alfonso González. Euphoria and Crisis: Essays on the Contemporary Mexican Novel. York Press. 1990. 71pp.

Teresa M. Hurley. Mothers and Daughters in Post-Revolutionary Mexican Literature. Tamesis Books. 2003. 212pp.

Walter M. Langford. The Mexican Novel Comes of Age. University of Notre Dame Press. 1971. 229pp.

Marina Pérez de Mendiola. Gender and Identity Formation in Contemporary Mexican Literature. Routledge. 1998. 170pp.

John A. Ochoa. The Uses of Failure in Mexican Literature and Identity. University of Texas Press. 2004. 244pp.

Joseph Sommers. After the Storm; Landmarks of the Modern Mexican Novel. University of New Mexico Press. 1968. 208pp.

Cynthia Steele. Politics, Gender, and the Mexican Novel, 1968-1988: Beyond the Pyramid. University of Texas Press. 1992. 209pp.

María Elena de Valdés. The Shattered Mirror: Representations of Women in Mexican Literature. University of Texas Press. 1998. 278pp.

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