Sergio R. Franco is an associate professor of contemporary Latin American Literature at Temple University. He holds a PhD from University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Franco’s previous publications include Autobiographical Writing in Latin America, A favor de la esfinge: la novelística de Jorge Eduardo Eielson and In(ter)venciones del yo: Escritura y sujeto autobiográfico en la literatura hispanoamericana (1974–2002). He has published in several journals such as Revista Iberoamericana and Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana. Dr. Franco has also edited José María Arguedas: hacia una poética migrante.
In(ter)ventions of the Self: Writing and the Autobiographical Subject in Hispanic American Literature (1974–2002) by Sergio R. Franco
"This book is both an insightful theoretical intervention in critical discussions of the autobiographical genre and a highly original analysis of the autobiographies of five giants of Latin American literature ... Sergio Franco teaches us to read autobiography in new and productive ways, ... providing a valuable framework for future studies." —Anne Lambright, Carnegie Mellon University
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