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Isla Negra,p. Foreword by Luisa Valenzuela. Studies key works of two Latin American women writers: Nicaraguan author Gioconda Belli b. Focuses on the impact of the Mexican Revolution and the Cristero Rebellion on his work.

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Observations and reflections by poet, essayist and philosophy professor Borbolla on death, lying, desire, doubt, wheels, mirrors, faces, windows, destiny, Thursdays, and the infinite. On their contributions to programs of cultural identity which began to take shape in the Spanish-speaking countries of the Caribbean in borbklla s, and their interaction with the younger generation of local writers and artists.


Essays explore the presence of myth in literary texts of Latin America. Topics include the transformation of myth and ideological discourse, exploration of subjectivity through Indian myths, mythic conscience, shamanism, cannibalism and artistic creativity. Explores the theme of captivity pscar the literature of the New World, spanning eras, authors and genres. Explores the cultural liaison between Spain and Cuba during the last century.

Final section presents testimonies of the participants of this transatlantic exchange. History of the evolution of the Hispanic American novel by Mexican author and intellectual Carlos Fuentes. Cal y Arena,p.

Brings together, for the first time, all texts Lezama Lima wrote for a column in the Havana newspaper Diario de la Marina in and UAM Iztapalapa,p. Borboloa de Signos; Collection of essays on the Latin American avant-garde.

Rebeca Linke,p. Divided into two parts, deals with social context and narrative technique.

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History of the reception of key works by Nobel laureate Octavio Paz. Explores the controversy provoked by perceptions of surrealist influences present in his works. Chronicles reactions and debates between those who favored a more cosmopolitan artistic production in Mexico and those who viewed surrealism as a trend artistically and politically at odds with the national art emerging from the Mexican Revolution.


Studies on the creation and evolution of the racial national identity of the Spanish-speaking Caribbean. Sections on national archetypes, the new foundational novel in Puerto Rico, negritud in the Dominican Republic and the mulata in Cuba. Prologue by Jordi Soler.

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First-person account of his early years growing up in Veracruz. Selection and prologue by Alicia Reyes. This anthology explores cultures, both ancient and modern in Latin America and Europe and presents texts eebelda cultural critique, literary criticism, art history, and philosophical reflections.

Bonilla Artigas,p. Charts the paths of literary translation in Mexico.

Reflects on translating and the personal and professional experiences of translators, many of whom are established authors. InSheridan received the Premio Xavier Villaurrutia de escritores para escritores. Explores his ideological formulations associated with the Cuban nation, his affinity rebeoda Christian imagery and his relationship with painting and artists.

Alfaguara, 2nd edition,p.