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1982

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Full-Text Articles in Modern Literature

Gabriel García Márquez: A Synthesis Of Inter-American Reality, Katherine J. Hampares Oct 1982

Gabriel García Márquez: A Synthesis Of Inter-American Reality, Katherine J. Hampares

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No abstract provided.


A Second Glance At The Spoken Mirror: Gabriel García Márquez And Virginia Woolf, Suzanne Jill Levine Oct 1982

A Second Glance At The Spoken Mirror: Gabriel García Márquez And Virginia Woolf, Suzanne Jill Levine

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No abstract provided.


Crónica De Una Muerte Anunciada: García Márquez Y El Género Policiaco, Kathleen N. March Oct 1982

Crónica De Una Muerte Anunciada: García Márquez Y El Género Policiaco, Kathleen N. March

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No abstract provided.


La Noción Existencial Del Absurdo En Cien Años De Soledad, Emilio García Oct 1982

La Noción Existencial Del Absurdo En Cien Años De Soledad, Emilio García

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No abstract provided.


Nota Preliminar, Roger B. Carmosino, Lida Aronne-Amestoy Oct 1982

Nota Preliminar, Roger B. Carmosino, Lida Aronne-Amestoy

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No abstract provided.


Ironía En El Otoño Del Patriarca, Sharon Keefe Ugalde Oct 1982

Ironía En El Otoño Del Patriarca, Sharon Keefe Ugalde

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No abstract provided.


Hacía El Centro De La Imaginacíon: La Increíble Y Triste Historia De La Cándida Eréndira Y De Su Abuela Desalmada, Fernando Burgos Oct 1982

Hacía El Centro De La Imaginacíon: La Increíble Y Triste Historia De La Cándida Eréndira Y De Su Abuela Desalmada, Fernando Burgos

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No abstract provided.


Sexualidad Y Religión: Crónica De Una Rebelión Esperada, Willy Oscar Muñoz Oct 1982

Sexualidad Y Religión: Crónica De Una Rebelión Esperada, Willy Oscar Muñoz

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No abstract provided.


Gabriel García Márquez, Alvaro Mutis, Fernando Botero: Tres Personas Distintas, Un Ojetivo Verdadero, Armando Romero Oct 1982

Gabriel García Márquez, Alvaro Mutis, Fernando Botero: Tres Personas Distintas, Un Ojetivo Verdadero, Armando Romero

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No abstract provided.


García Márquez Y El Arte Del Reportaje: De Lukács Al "Postboom", Juan Manuel Marcos Oct 1982

García Márquez Y El Arte Del Reportaje: De Lukács Al "Postboom", Juan Manuel Marcos

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No abstract provided.


The Cinematic World Of García Márquez, Joseph Tyler Oct 1982

The Cinematic World Of García Márquez, Joseph Tyler

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No abstract provided.


Gabriel García Márquez, Contribución Bibliográfica: 1955-1984, Luis B. Eyzaguirre, Carmen Grullón Oct 1982

Gabriel García Márquez, Contribución Bibliográfica: 1955-1984, Luis B. Eyzaguirre, Carmen Grullón

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No abstract provided.


Frontmatter Oct 1982

Frontmatter

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Ciclo Y Errancia En Cien Años, Julio Ortega Oct 1982

Ciclo Y Errancia En Cien Años, Julio Ortega

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No abstract provided.


La Mala Hora De Los Géneros: Gabriel García Márquez Y La Génesis De La Nueva Novela, Lida Aronne-Amestoy Oct 1982

La Mala Hora De Los Géneros: Gabriel García Márquez Y La Génesis De La Nueva Novela, Lida Aronne-Amestoy

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No abstract provided.


Magical Realism In Gabriel García Márquez's Cien Años De Soledad, Stephen Hart Oct 1982

Magical Realism In Gabriel García Márquez's Cien Años De Soledad, Stephen Hart

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No abstract provided.


La Prodigiosa Tarde De Baltasar: Problemas Del Significado, Gabriela Mora Oct 1982

La Prodigiosa Tarde De Baltasar: Problemas Del Significado, Gabriela Mora

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No abstract provided.


El Discurso Del Método Literario Latino-Americano (A Propósito De Gabriel García Márquez), José Luis Méndez Oct 1982

El Discurso Del Método Literario Latino-Americano (A Propósito De Gabriel García Márquez), José Luis Méndez

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No abstract provided.


Colaboradores Oct 1982

Colaboradores

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The Gulag Archipelago: From Inferno To Paradiso, David Matual Sep 1982

The Gulag Archipelago: From Inferno To Paradiso, David Matual

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

It is apparent from the title of his novel The First Circle and from various details there and in other works that Alexander Solzhenitsyn is familiar with at least the imagery of Dante's Divine Comedy. One direct and several indirect references to it also suggest a Dantean subtext in his longest and most ambitious project, The Gulag Archipelago. Indeed, the loci of the ComedyInferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso—are transformed in the Gulag into metaphorical representations of the various stages in the development of man's consciousness—and especially Solzhenitsyn's consciousness—during the ordeals of arrest, inquest, imprisonment ...


The Forces Of Life And Death In Roch Carrier's Fiction, David J. Bond Sep 1982

The Forces Of Life And Death In Roch Carrier's Fiction, David J. Bond

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

Carrier's fiction is based on exaggeration and the grotesque, but it also deals with serious questions: the forces of life and death in the lives of his characters. Death is the subject of La Guerre, Yes Sir! and of several short stories, and it is symbolically present in certain other works. In Le Deux-millième étage and II est par là, le soleil, life in the city is equated with death. None of Carrier's characters live happy lives, and their religion is one of death and sin. As French-Canadians, they are threatened with destruction by the English-speaking world and ...


Tchen's Sacred Isolation—Prelude To Malraux's Fraternal Humanism, Roch C. Smith Sep 1982

Tchen's Sacred Isolation—Prelude To Malraux's Fraternal Humanism, Roch C. Smith

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

While Malraux's life-long quest was to seek new values in man's perennial and shared struggle against an overwhelming fate, his early protagonist, particularly the assassin, turns to destruction and terrorism in a frenzied search for absolutes. This attempt to identify with the very fatality that has the power to destroy him is especially developed in Tchen, who embodies a despairing fascination with totalistic nihilism that Malraux must overcome in his search for a new notion of man. Tchen's initiation to murder in La Condition humaine marks a transgression of a taboo that thrusts him into what Georges ...


Zamyatin's We And The Idea Of The Dystopie, Margaret Lael Mikesell, Jon Christian Suggs Sep 1982

Zamyatin's We And The Idea Of The Dystopie, Margaret Lael Mikesell, Jon Christian Suggs

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

An examination of We clarifies conventions for the dystopic novel even as it reveals that We transcends those conventions. Under the surface text, which presents a narrative of political and "romantic" struggle, lie subtexts exploring the personal and ideological implications of the conflict between reason and emotion. Analysis of these texts, seen in a New Comedy framework informed by elements of irony and romance, demonstrates that on every level the novel fails to reach comic resolution. Moreover, it is this very failure that marks the departure of We from the conventions of the dystopic novel. Like Brave New World and ...


Du Scorpion Au Désert, Albert Memmi Revisited, Isaac Yetiv Sep 1982

Du Scorpion Au Désert, Albert Memmi Revisited, Isaac Yetiv

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

Albert Memmi's literary work of the last three decades is pervaded by a fundamental pessimism on life and the human condition. It is a long, never-ending investigation of the dynamics of conflict, its causes and its disastrous consequences: hatred, violence, death.

In the last decade, with the publication of Le Scorpion (1969), and Le Désert (1977), Memmi seems to have reached his long-proclaimed goal, "the extrapolation of a personal experience to universal dimensions." These two novels do not reveal a radical departure from the young Memmi's outlook on life. Their innovation lies in the originality of their structure ...


Bye Bye Brazil, Dennis West Apr 1982

Bye Bye Brazil, Dennis West

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No abstract provided.


Arte Y Dictadura: Una Relación Contextual., Juan Daniel Brito Apr 1982

Arte Y Dictadura: Una Relación Contextual., Juan Daniel Brito

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No abstract provided.


Frontmatter Apr 1982

Frontmatter

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No abstract provided.


Fiction Wrapped In Fiction: Casuality In Borges And In The Nouveau Roman, Clark M. Zlotchew Apr 1982

Fiction Wrapped In Fiction: Casuality In Borges And In The Nouveau Roman, Clark M. Zlotchew

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No abstract provided.


Modos De Percepción Histórica En El Libro De Alexandre, Michael R. Solomon, Juan Carlos Temprano Apr 1982

Modos De Percepción Histórica En El Libro De Alexandre, Michael R. Solomon, Juan Carlos Temprano

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No abstract provided.


Teatro Latinoamericano 1981: Un Recuento, Pedro Bravo Elizondo Apr 1982

Teatro Latinoamericano 1981: Un Recuento, Pedro Bravo Elizondo

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No abstract provided.