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Imperialism and the wider Atlantic : essays on the aesthetics, literature, and politics of transatlantic cultures

Author: Tania Gentic; Francisco LaRubia-Prado
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Series: New urban Atlantic.
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The essays in this volume broaden previous approaches to Atlantic literature and culture by comparatively studying the politics and textualities of Southern Europe, North America, and Latin America  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tania Gentic; Francisco LaRubia-Prado
ISBN: 9783319582078 3319582070
OCLC Number: 982651391
Description: ix, 335 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1 Introduction.- 2 On Hercules's Threshold: Epistemic Pluralities and Oceanic Realignments in the Euro-Atlantic Space.- 2 Imperial History and the Postnational Other.- 3 Transatlantic Sovereignty and the Creation of the Modern Colonial Subject.- 4 From Granada to Havana: Federico Garcia Lorca, the Avant-Garde, and Orientalism.- 5 Mexican Muralism and the North American Anti-Aesthetic Transatlantic Musical Crossover: Miguel Bose in the U.S.A and Bruce Springsteen in Spain.- 6 Travelling Objects in Flora Tristan's "Pilgrimages of a Pariah" and Frances Calderon's "Life in Mexico".- 7 The Discovery of the Mediterranean: Alfonso Reyes and the Spanish American Claim to Spanish Culture.- 8 Translocal Misreadings: Eugeni d'Ors in Latin America and Transatlantic Studies Today.-Language and Empire: Post-Colonial "english" and Unamuno's "archi-Castilian".- 7 A Transatlantic Discourse of Empowerment: Gendering Slavery in Sab.-8 A Disconcerting Language: Valle Inclan's Tirano Banderas and the Hispanic Atlantic.- 9 Epilogue: Reflections on the Geographical Turn.
Series Title: New urban Atlantic.
Responsibility: Tania Gentic, Francisco LaRubia-Prado, editors.

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