America: il racconto di un continente | América: el relato de un continente
In this collection, the multifaceted character of Latin American literature takes the form of an itinerary that shows plural and heterogeneous aesthetic expressions. The aim of the book is to think, once again, about the cultural identity of the continent, which is open and in constant development, through a reflection that considers new points of view and an interdisciplinary approach.
Keywords: Private journal. US-Mexican border. Objects. Argentine Pampa Gringa. Fernández de Lizardi. Jorge Ibargüengoitia. Intimism. Sixteenth and seventeenth century historiography. Fernando Monacelli. Literary theory. Pablo Montoya. Otherness. Theatre. Jorge Enrique Adoum. Uruguayan poetry. Modernity. Female identity. History of women. East and West Indies. Escuela de Santa Fe. Hierophany. Maya Cu. Contemporary Argentinian literature. Carlos Sabat Ercasty. Cono Sur. Nomadic subject. Memory. Belizean literature. Conquest. Self-reflexivity. Synthesis. La virgen del Samiria. Autofiction. Graphic journalism. Cuba. Documentary photography. Latin America. Image of the Native American. Short story. Narrative space. Siete Ciudades de Cíbola. Minorities. Briceida Cuevas Cob. Mariano Azuela. Contemporary Argentine narrative. History of reading. Graphic novel. Detective stories. Italian reception of Latin-American music. Central America. Pornographic Photography. Mexican Revolution. Falklands War. Oral history. Peruan literature. Historical poetry. Inti-Illimani. Identity. La cicatrice. Policies of memory. Monteiro Lobato. Romance. Mayan poetry. Post-dictatorship Argentine culture. Andrea Ferraris. Mini-fiction in Peru. Self-translation. Immigration. Poem. Textuality. Mini-fiction. Theory of mini-fiction. Mauricio Magdaleno. Albert Bensoussan. Situated poetry. Science fiction. Conquest in the media. Drug trafficking. Intertextuality. Unspeakable. Geopoetics. Centroamérica. Indigenous. Oscar Martínez. Amado Chan. Amazonian literature. Dictatorship. Rewriting. Migratory literature. Literature and photography. Hybridisation. Paiche. History. Religions. Malvinas War. Los derrotados. Homosexuality. Dystopian fiction. Cinco esquinas. New World. Literary fiction. The Neighbourhood. Ecocriticism. Enrique Bernardo Núñez. Reception. Contemporary Argentine literature. Migratory literature. The Notebooks of the Earth. Mexican-American war. Amerindian women. Reinaldo Arenas. Mestizo. Globalised societies-multiple identity. Travel books. Belizean Maya culture. American myth. Pablo Escobar. Venezuelan literature. Translation. Conqueror. Corporality. Fernando Birri. Mauricio Rosencof. Realism. Silvina Ocampo. Illness. Reportage. Migration. Biography. Manuel Gálvez. Narrative journalism. Ernesto Che Guevara. Julia de Burgos. Mexicas. Lima. Guadalupe Nettel. Religious syncretism. Novel. Science fiction. Science-fiction. Multiculturality of Belize. Chile en monte, valle y mar. Luis de Miranda de Villafañe. Monster. Italian emigrant-individual crisis. Environment. Contemporary Argentinian literature. Female writing. Latin-American boom. Utopia. Aníbal Quijada. Pearls exploitation. Neo-baroque. Fray Marcos de Niza. Irrepresentability. Spanish Empire. Mario Vargas Llosa. Cultural exchanged. Literature. Unheimlich. Selective traditions. Historic novel. Francisco Vázquez de Coronado. Traumatic past. Autobiography. Encounter. Andean music. México. Los Calchakis. Gender. La sed del ojo. Mario Bellatin. Churubusco. Female writing. Pampa Gringa. Historical translation. Columbia. Diamela Eltit. Horacio Quiroga. Posthuman. XXI century. Fantastic literature. Lina Meruane. Marcela Turati. Quechua. Peruvian literature. Queer. Metamorphosis. Exile. Testimony literature. History and myth. Autobiographical genre. Gastón Gori. Migration studies. Illustrations. Literature of the self. Samanta Schweblin. Landscape. Colonization. Cultural identity. Bolivia. Nueva Canción Chilena. Cultural memory. Río de la Plata. Amparo Dávila. Power. Creative Friendship. Cry of ‘Ajetreo’. Urban novel. Neorealism. Rosa Chávez Juárez. Mexican Conquest. Myth. Maya poetry. Luis Martín Guzmán. Poetic language. Body. José María Arguedas. Self-fiction.Published: May 14, 2019
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