Enrique Serna y su mundo narrativo, entrevista

Montya, Claudia
October 2009
Confluencia;Fall2009, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p137
Academic Journal
An interview with Mexican novelist Enrique Serna is presented. He converses about his novels "Amores perros" and "Amores de segunda mano," responds to feminist critiques of his fictional work and comments on his literary depiction of eschatological events. He also reflects on the public reception in Mexico of his historical novel "El seductor de la patria."


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