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Editorial, Gabriel Cartaya 2011 University of South Florida

Editorial, Gabriel Cartaya

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


Detrás Del Humo, Gonzalo Páez 2011 University of South Florida

Detrás Del Humo, Gonzalo Páez

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


El Poeta Es Un Malabarista De Navajas, Marco Fonts 2011 University of South Florida

El Poeta Es Un Malabarista De Navajas, Marco Fonts

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


Ya No Puedo Ser Poeta, Nayví Hernández 2011 University of South Florida

Ya No Puedo Ser Poeta, Nayví Hernández

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


Diáspora, María Eugenia Caseiro 2011 University of South Florida

Diáspora, María Eugenia Caseiro

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


Memorias Del Desarrollo: El Nombre Propio De La Historia, Dean Luis Reyes 2011 University of South Florida

Memorias Del Desarrollo: El Nombre Propio De La Historia, Dean Luis Reyes

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


Carlos Velazco Entrevista A Miguel Coyula, Carlos Velazco 2011 University of South Florida

Carlos Velazco Entrevista A Miguel Coyula, Carlos Velazco

Revista Surco Sur

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No Hay Regreso, Gloria Hernández, María Adela Hernández, Salvador Mendiola 2011 University of South Florida

No Hay Regreso, Gloria Hernández, María Adela Hernández, Salvador Mendiola

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


La Pasión Por América En La Poesía De Rubén Vela, Ime Biassoni 2011 University of South Florida

La Pasión Por América En La Poesía De Rubén Vela, Ime Biassoni

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


Memoria Poética Luego De Una Pesadilla Interandina, Gloria Mendoza Borda 2011 University of South Florida

Memoria Poética Luego De Una Pesadilla Interandina, Gloria Mendoza Borda

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


Acercamiento A La Novela Concierto Para Leah, De Maira Landa, Margarita Iguina Bravo 2011 University of South Florida

Acercamiento A La Novela Concierto Para Leah, De Maira Landa, Margarita Iguina Bravo

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


When The Spirits Dance Mambo: La Experiencia Femenina Negra En La Diáspora Puertorriqueña, Michele C. Dávila Gonçalves 2011 University of South Florida

When The Spirits Dance Mambo: La Experiencia Femenina Negra En La Diáspora Puertorriqueña, Michele C. Dávila Gonçalves

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


Palabras No-Pronunciables: El Idioma Como “Tercer Lugar”, Kenya C. Dworking y Méndez 2011 University of South Florida

Palabras No-Pronunciables: El Idioma Como “Tercer Lugar”, Kenya C. Dworking Y Méndez

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


La Cautiva, Ana María Fuster Lavín 2011 University of South Florida

La Cautiva, Ana María Fuster Lavín

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


Gerardo Piña-Rosales Y Su Novela Desde Esta Cámara Oscura, Leonora Acuña de Marmolejo 2011 University of South Florida

Gerardo Piña-Rosales Y Su Novela Desde Esta Cámara Oscura, Leonora Acuña De Marmolejo

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


La Frontera Como Sistema Simbólico En La Literatura Mexicana Contemporánea, Perla Ábrego 2011 University of South Florida

La Frontera Como Sistema Simbólico En La Literatura Mexicana Contemporánea, Perla Ábrego

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


Las Eras De René Vázquez Díaz, Miguel Ángel Fraga 2011 University of South Florida

Las Eras De René Vázquez Díaz, Miguel Ángel Fraga

Revista Surco Sur

No abstract provided.


The American Dream: An Illusion Or Reality For Latino Immigrants, Jessica L. Del Cid 2011 Liberty University

The American Dream: An Illusion Or Reality For Latino Immigrants, Jessica L. Del Cid

Senior Honors Theses

Many Latinos from Mexico, Central America, and South America have made the decision to immigrate to the United States in recent years—whether legally or illegally. In the literature, stories of immigration and hopes for the American Dream proliferated; however, varying degrees of racism and anti-immigration sentiment were also revealed. Interviews of first-generation Latino immigrants and American citizens that were both attendees of a local Hispanic church in southcentral Virginia showed that Latino immigrants had hopes of achieving what they believed to be the American Dream, while realizing they had a long journey ahead. American citizens were more certain of ...


Bilingual Education In Bloomington-Normal: The Here & Now And After, Kristen Gattuso, Christina Isabelli, Factulty Advisor 2011 Illinois Wesleyan University

Bilingual Education In Bloomington-Normal: The Here & Now And After, Kristen Gattuso, Christina Isabelli, Factulty Advisor

John Wesley Powell Student Research Conference

No abstract provided.


(A)Wry Views: Anamorphosis, Cervantes, And The Early Picaresque, David R. Castillo 2011 Purdue University

(A)Wry Views: Anamorphosis, Cervantes, And The Early Picaresque, David R. Castillo

Purdue University Press Books

The term anamorphosis, from the greek ana (again) and morphe (shape), designates a variety of perspective experiments that can be traced back to the artistic developments of the 1500's and 1600's. Anamorphic devices challenge viewers to experience different forms of perceptual oscillation and uncertainty. Images shift in front of the eyes of puzzled spectators as they move from the center of the representation to the margins, or from one side to the other. (A) Wry Views demonstrates that much of the literature of the Spanish Golden Age is susceptible, and indeed requires, oblique readings (as in anamorphosis).


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