Muerte de utopía.; Historia, antihistoria e insularidad en la novela latinoamericana

Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, 2016. First Edition. Paperback. 304p., New. Item #57714
ISBN: 9789972515552

"Historia, antihistoria e insularidad en la novela latinoamericana" analyzes the colonial period in Latin America through seven contemporary novels. Author Carolyn Wolfenzon specifically examines the relationship between the region's past and present, and the idea that the novels maintain a permanent dialogue with the colonial past, giving the perception that time is stagnant and circular, or ahistorical. Wolfenzon draws examples from the work of Antonio di Benedetto (Argentina), Carmen Boullosa (México), Reinaldo Arenas (Cuba), Enrique Rosas Paravicino (Perú) and Abel Posse (Argentina).

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