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The Resource (Re)collecting the past : history and collective memory in Latin American narrative, Victoria Carpenter (ed.)

(Re)collecting the past : history and collective memory in Latin American narrative, Victoria Carpenter (ed.)

Label
(Re)collecting the past : history and collective memory in Latin American narrative
Title
(Re)collecting the past
Title remainder
history and collective memory in Latin American narrative
Statement of responsibility
Victoria Carpenter (ed.)
Title variation
Recollecting the past
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Carpenter, Victoria
Series statement
Hispanic studies: culture and ideas
Series volume
31
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Spanish American literature
  • History in literature
  • Collective memory in literature
  • Subjectivity in literature
  • Latin America
  • Literature and history
  • Politics and literature
Label
(Re)collecting the past : history and collective memory in Latin American narrative, Victoria Carpenter (ed.)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Life stories, national histories; Tomás Eloy Martínez and the literary representation of Peronism: a tale of bifurcating paths? /
  • Lloyd H. Davies
  • Being fruity in the big city: re-membering the past in Enrique Serna's Fruta verde /
  • Niamh Thornton
  • Re-writing of history and self-representation in the House on the lgoon by Rosario Ferré /
  • Dolores Flores-Silva
  • National (dis)integration?; One rainy market day: 'integration' and the indigenous community in the fiction and thought of Juan Rulfo /
  • Amit Thakkar
  • Mexican immigration and popular culture in El corrido de Dante by Eduardo González Viana /
  • Audrey E. García
  • Uncertainties of time; Some thoughts on quantum mechanics and the treatment of the past in Mexican theatre /
  • (Re)inventing nations; Technology and the making of memory in José Martí's exilic writing /
  • María del Pilar Blanco
  • Science fiction utopia as political constructio in Angélica Gorodischer /
  • Silvia G. Kurlat Ares
  • Peter Beardsell
  • When was tomorrow?: manipulation of time and memory in the works of Mexican Onda /
  • Victoria Carpenter
  • Re-telling history; The reworking of conquest in three recent Mexican novels /
  • Anna Reid
  • Relajo and melodrama in the fictional portrayal of the Mexican Independence of 1810 /
  • María de los Ángeles Rodríguez Cadena
Control code
ocn398483383
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
viii, 305 p.
Isbn
9783039119288
Issn
16614720
Lccn
2009023987
Label
(Re)collecting the past : history and collective memory in Latin American narrative, Victoria Carpenter (ed.)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Life stories, national histories; Tomás Eloy Martínez and the literary representation of Peronism: a tale of bifurcating paths? /
  • Lloyd H. Davies
  • Being fruity in the big city: re-membering the past in Enrique Serna's Fruta verde /
  • Niamh Thornton
  • Re-writing of history and self-representation in the House on the lgoon by Rosario Ferré /
  • Dolores Flores-Silva
  • National (dis)integration?; One rainy market day: 'integration' and the indigenous community in the fiction and thought of Juan Rulfo /
  • Amit Thakkar
  • Mexican immigration and popular culture in El corrido de Dante by Eduardo González Viana /
  • Audrey E. García
  • Uncertainties of time; Some thoughts on quantum mechanics and the treatment of the past in Mexican theatre /
  • (Re)inventing nations; Technology and the making of memory in José Martí's exilic writing /
  • María del Pilar Blanco
  • Science fiction utopia as political constructio in Angélica Gorodischer /
  • Silvia G. Kurlat Ares
  • Peter Beardsell
  • When was tomorrow?: manipulation of time and memory in the works of Mexican Onda /
  • Victoria Carpenter
  • Re-telling history; The reworking of conquest in three recent Mexican novels /
  • Anna Reid
  • Relajo and melodrama in the fictional portrayal of the Mexican Independence of 1810 /
  • María de los Ángeles Rodríguez Cadena
Control code
ocn398483383
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
viii, 305 p.
Isbn
9783039119288
Issn
16614720
Lccn
2009023987

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