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Metaforización De La Violencia En La Nueva Narrativa Colombiana, Luis Cano Nov 2005

Metaforización De La Violencia En La Nueva Narrativa Colombiana, Luis Cano

Luis C. Cano

http://www.lehman.edu/ciberletras/v14.html


Review Of Rosas Negras, By Ana García Bergua, Traci Roberts-Camps Nov 2005

Review Of Rosas Negras, By Ana García Bergua, Traci Roberts-Camps

College of the Pacific Faculty Articles

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Usa -Chile: Otterbein University, Universidad San Sebastian, November 27-December 22, 2005, Carmen J. Galarce Jan 2005

Usa -Chile: Otterbein University, Universidad San Sebastian, November 27-December 22, 2005, Carmen J. Galarce

Faculty Books

Information is provided about the country of Chile in South America for a study-travel class (Spanish 390) that went from Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio to visit the Universidad San Sebastian in Valdivia, Chile from November 27-December 22, 2005.


Fray Bartolomé De Las Casas, Luis Cano Dec 2004

Fray Bartolomé De Las Casas, Luis Cano

Luis C. Cano

This award-winning multi-volume series is dedicated to making literature and its creators better understood and more accessible to students and interested readers, while satisfying the standards of librarians, teachers and scholars. Dictionary of Literary Biography provides reliable information in an easily comprehensible format, while placing writers in the larger perspective of literary history.

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El Hombre Artificial De Horacio Quiroga Y Los Comienzos De La Ciencia Ficción Hispanoamericana, Luis Cano Dec 2004

El Hombre Artificial De Horacio Quiroga Y Los Comienzos De La Ciencia Ficción Hispanoamericana, Luis Cano

Luis C. Cano

Contrary to popular belief, science fiction has had a long tradition in Spanish American letters. Although preceded by the novels Viaje maravilloso del señor Nic-Nac by the Argentine writer Eduardo Holmberg and Desde Júpiter by the Chilean Francisco Miralles, Horacio Quiroga’s El hombre artificial (1910) has a special significance for the genre: it is certainly the first novel to illustrate the tensions among fantasy, esoteric tradition, and SF in Spanish American narrative, while at the same time establishing an explicit dialogue with the British tradition of the genre, especially with Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.

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