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The foremost postmodern Latin American writers of t. .The foremost postmodern Latin American writers of the past twenty-five years are introduced in this well-informed volume that places that current literary scene in its proper political and cultural context.

Raymond Williams is professor of Latin American literature at UC-Riverside and author of The Postmodern Novel in Latin America: Politics, Culture, and the Crisis of Truth (St. Martin's, 1997); The Modern Latin American Novel (Twayne, 1998); and The 20th Century Spanish. Martin's, 1997); The Modern Latin American Novel (Twayne, 1998); and The 20th Century Spanish American Novel: A Critical History (Univ. of Texas Press, 2003).

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This book examines the foremost postmodern Latin American writers of the past 25 years and places the current . Focusing on fiction from the 1970s to the present, Williams discusses the new generation of postmodern writers.

This book examines the foremost postmodern Latin American writers of the past 25 years and places the current literary scene in its proper political and cultural context. Recent Latin American cultural and political magazines have noted the trend of postmodernity in the literature of the region, with a range of responses. Some critics consider it a foreign importation and sign of cultural imperialism. Others feel that postmodernism reflects a culture of mass media manipulated by the.

Latin- American literature blossomed and received international acclaim in the 1960s . His writings include The Postmodern Novel in Latin America.

Latin- American literature blossomed and received international acclaim in the 1960s and 1970s with the so-called boom in the novel, a movement signaled by the publication of major works by the Colombian Gabriel García Márquez, the Mexican Carlos Fuentes, the Peruvian Mario Vargas Llosa, th. After the breakdown of the frontiers between popular and high culture already effected by Guillermo Cabrera Infante and Severo Sarduy, Sánchez’s novelization of the popular culture of Caribbean music and American television in Macho Camacho’s Beat was a logical step in the Caribbean postmodern.

This is an investigation into the postmodern novel in Latin America. Some critics consider it a foreign importation and a sign of cultural imperialism. The Postmodern : Politics, Culture and the Crisis of Truth. by Raymond L. Williams.

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Dictionary of Twentieth Century Culture: Hispanic Culture of Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. Williams, Raymond Leslie. The Postmodern Novel in Latin America: Politics, Culture, and the Crisis of Truth. New York: St. Martin's P, 1995. Detroit, MI: Manly, 1996. The New Novel in Latin America: Politics and Popular Culture After the Boom. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1995.

Focusing on fiction from the 1970s to the present, Williams discusses the new generation of postmodern writers, which includes the Cuban Severo Sarduy, the Argentine Ricardo Piglia, the Chilean Diamela Eltit, the Puerto Rican Luis Rafael Sanchez, the Mexicans Jose Emilio Pacheco and Carmen Boullosa, the Colombians Albalucia Angel and R. H. Moreno-Duran, and the Ecuadorian Jorge Enrique Adoum, as well as many others.With topics of discussion ranging from political agendas, subversion, and parody to truth claims, marginalism, and the testimonio, Williams' argument not only supports postmodernism as a legitimate movement, but he also extends its authority from the North Atlantic region to the Caribbean, Mexico, and the Southern Cone.

The Postmodern Novel in Latin America: Politics, Culture, and the Crisis of Truth epub download

ISBN13: 978-0312164584

ISBN: 0312164580

Author: Raymond Leslie Williams

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Language: English

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (January 1, 1997)

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