strong social commitment become politicallynconscious as they practice theirnvocation. They inevitably encounter thenhandicaps and miseries of underdevelopment,nwhich are not confined to peasants,nworkers, or minorities. Illiteracy,ncensorship, cultural deprivation arenobstacles for the writer, whatever his classnor social philosophy. Consequently, thenLatin American writer is pressured innboth obvious and subtle ways . . .
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