Books in category Literary Criticism – Caribbean & Latin American

  • A Refuge in Thunder

    A Refuge in Thunder
    Rachel E. Harding

    Drawing principally on primary sources, such as police archives, Rachel E. Harding describes the development of the religion as an "alternative" space in which subjugated and enslaved blacks could gain a sense of individual and collective …

  • Alejo Carpentier

    Alejo Carpentier
    Roberto González Echevarría

    Alejo Carpentier: The Pilgrim at Home, first published in 1977 and updated for this edition, covers the life and works of the great Cuban novelist, offering a new perspective on the relationship between the two.

  • Cuban Studies 42

    Cuban Studies 42
    Catherine Krull, Jean Stubbs

    Cuban Studies 42 focuses on gender and equality issues in post-1959 Cuba, and their impact on cultural and institutional change.

  • Contemporary Travel Writing of Latin America

    Contemporary Travel Writing of Latin America
    Claire Lindsay

    This book takes a new approach to travel writing about Latin America by examining ‘domestic’ journey narratives that have been produced by travellers from the continent itself and largely in Spanish.

  • The Burden of Modernity

    The Burden of Modernity
    Carlos J. Alonso

    This book offers a provocative interpretation of cultural discourse in Spanish America.

  • Invisible Work

    Invisible Work
    Efraín Kristal

    " In an age where many discussions of translation revolve around the dichotomy faithful/unfaithful, this book will surprise and delight even Borges's closest readers and critics.

  • Reclaiming Difference

    Reclaiming Difference
    Carine M. Mardorossian

    In Reclaiming Difference, Carine Mardorossian examines the novels of four women writers–Jean Rhys (Dominica/UK), Maryse Cond (Guadeloupe/USA), Edwidge Danticat (Haiti/USA), and Julia Alvarez (Dominican Republic/USA)–showing how their …

  • La flor de lis

    La “flor de lis”
    Elena Poniatowska

    Mariana er en lille fransk hertuginde, som under 2. verdenskrig må forlade sin trygge tilværelse og flygte sammen med andre familiemedlemmer til Mexico. Da faderen slutter sig til dem efter krigen, er det ikke udelukkende idyl

  • Para Roberto Bola o

    Para Roberto Bolaño
    Jorge Herralde

    Compiled by Jorge Herralde, who was not only his editor but his close friend, this work provides an intimate look at both Bolaños's work and his personality.

  • The Routledge Companion to Latino a Literature

    The Routledge Companion to Latino/a Literature
    Suzanne Bost, Frances R. Aparicio

    This collection provides a map of the critical issues central to the discipline, as well as uncovering new perspectives and new directions for the development of the field.

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