Social Texture in the Fiction of Aida Rivera
Department of Literature and Modern Languages
Seldom is there so wide a range of critical assessment of the quality of an author's work as there is in the case of Aida Rivera's Now and at the Hour and Other Short Stories.1 This collection won a major American literary prize, the 1954 Hopwood Award for fiction.2 Alberto Benipayo was so impressed with this achievement that he reproduced two paragraphs of highly laudatory commentary by one of the Hopwood Award's judges, Nolan Miller...
Grow, L. M. (1991). Social Texture in the Fiction of Aida Rivera. Philippine Studies, 39 (1) Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/shss_facarticles/121