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Latin American Narratives and Cultural Identity

Selected Readings

Series:

Irene Maria F. Blayer and Mark Anderson

Contents: Irene Maria F. Blayer/Mark Cronlund Anderson: Introduction – Mario J. Valdés: Story-Telling and Cultural Identity in Latin America – Daniel F. Chamberlain: The Mexican Corrido: Identity Configurations, Time, and Truth Claims – Martha J. Nandorfy: Two Radical Storytellers for the Young (and) Old – Stephen Henighan: History after History’s End: Cultural Reconstruction in Margarita, está linda la mar – Yvonne S. Unnold: Narratives of Trauma from the Southern Cone – Elizabeth Monasterios: Rethinking Transculturation and Hybridity: An Andean Perspective – Elena M. De Costa: Metaphoric Narration in Mesoamerican Tradition – Jerome Branche: The Dreadren and the Message: Of Martyrdom and Mythopoiesis in Caribbean Literature – Diana Ramassamy: Créole, culture et oralité aux Antilles françaises – Cristina Santos: Clarice Lispector’s A Hora da Estrela: Through the Lens of Suzana Amaral – Marie Chompré Sautron: Métamorphose volatile de l’âme du guerrier: une croyance mythique dans le Mexique ancien – Vanderci De Andrade Aguilera: O baetatá existe realmente? – Laura Llull: El mito de la conspiración en el imaginario político de los periódicos de Bahía Blanca (Provincia de Buenos Aires) durante el primer gobierno radical (1916-1922) – Maria L. Figueredo: The Legend of La Llorona: Excavating and (Re)Interpreting the Archetype of the Creative/Fertile Feminine Force.