Provides the students with visual information about magical realist art appropriate for the age.
Provides the reader with information on Magical Realism in Literature and Art.
Annotated Bibliography for teachers
Allende, Isabel. 2001. The Stories of Eva Luna. New York: Simon and Schuster.
This is an ensemble of short stories written by Isabel Allende, using a variety of
themes. The setting is predominantly in Latin America.
Bloom, Harold.1999. Modern Critical Views. Gabriel Garcia Marquez. From Realism
to Magical Realism. The Meticulous Modernist Fiction of Garcia Marques. New
York. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers. The author provides the reader
with different analyses on García Márquez' storytelling techniques and style.
Feal, Rosemary G. and Miller, Yvette E. 2002. Isabel Allende Today. Pittsburgh: Latin
American Literary Press. Rosemary G. Feal and Yvette E. Miller have put together
this book as an anthology of essays analyzing some of Allende literary work.
Hart, Stephen M. 2003. Eva Luna & Cuentos de Eva Luna. London: Grand & Cutler LTD.
The author provides in -depth review of Allende's work including themes, storytelling
techniques and culture.
Lawall, Sarah. 2002.The Norton Anthology of World Literature. New York: W.W.
Norton and Company Inc. The anthology is a ensemble of different work from World
literature including short stories and poetry.
Rios, Alberto. Magical Realism: Definitions.
http://www.public.asu.edu (Accessed July 8, 2009).
The author provides an analysis of Magical Realism, its roots and heritage in today's
literature and art.
Zamora, Lois Parkinson. Faris, Wendy B. 1995. Magical Realism Theory, History,
Community. Duke University Press. The authors have analyzed the current of Magical
Realism from different focal points, including foundations, theory, history and
Zapata, Celia Correas. 1998. Isabel Allende Vida y Espíritus. Spain: Plaza & Janés
Editores S, A. The author provides different interviews with Isabel Allende including
questions about her work, themes and personal experiences.