Valdés, Mario J.
VALDÉS, Mario J.
VALDÉS, Mario J. Also writes as Mario Valdés San Martin. Canadian/ American, b. 1934. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Philosophy. Career: University of Toronto, Assistant Professor, 1963-66, Associate Professor, 1967-71, Professor of Hispanic Studies and Comparative Literature, 1971-. Ed., Canadian Review of Hispanic Studies, 1976-92; General Ed., Comparative Literary History Series, ICLA, 1992-. Publications: Death in the Literature of Unamuno, 1964; An Unamuno Source Book, 1973; Shadows in the Cave: Phenomenological Theory of Literary Criticism, 1982; Phenomenological Hermeneutics and the Study of Literature, 1987; Worldmaking: A Study of the Truth-Claim in Literature, 1991; La interpretacion abierta, 1996; Hermeneutics of Poetic Sense, 1997. EDITOR: Miguel de Unamuno's Niebla, 1969; Critical Edition of Unamuno's San Manuel Bueno, 1974; Interpretation of Narrative, 1978; Identity of the Literary Text, 1985; Inter-American Literary Relations, 1985; Approaches to Teaching Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude, 1990; Toward a Theory of Comparative Literature, 1990; A Ricoeur Reader: Reflection and Imagination, 1991; Comparative Literary History as Discourse, 1991; Leyendo a Paz, 1992; Latin America as Its Literature, 1995; O Condor Voa: Literatura e Cultura Latino Americanas, 2000; Con Paul Ricoeur: Indagaciones hermeneuticas, 2000. Address: 80 Dale Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada M4W 1K9.