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Terra nostra

Author: Carlos Fuentes
Publisher: Normal, Ill. : Dalkey Archive Press, 2003.
Series: Latin American literature series (Dalkey Archive Press)
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st Dalkey Archive edView all editions and formats
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Chronological time is abolished and space concentrated into one area in a multi-dimensional pageant of Spanish history and culture that touches upon all facets of human experience.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
History
Translations
Historical fiction
Translations into English
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carlos Fuentes
ISBN: 1564782875 9781564782878
OCLC Number: 51266260
Description: xv, 785 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: Seven Notes on Carlos Fuentes's Terra Nostra / Jorge Volpi --
The Old World --
Flesh, Spheres, Gray Eyes Beside the Seine --
At the Feet of El Señor --
Victory --
Who Are You? --
Monologue of the Lady Voyager --
Reunion of Sounds --
The Workers --
All My Sins --
On the Beach --
There Is a Clock That Does Not Strike --
The Kiss of the Page --
El Señor Begins to Remember --
El Señor Visits His Lands --
The Heir --
The Falcon and the Dove --
The Women of the Castle --
Jus Primae Noctis --
The Little Inquisitor --
The Plague --
Celestina --
The Flight --
Simón's Face --
In the Forest --
The Boat --
The City of the Sun --
Pedro's Dream --
Celestina's Dream --
Simón's Dream --
Ludovico's Dream --
Nowhere --
Here and Now --
The Reward --
The Silent Hour --
The Exhortation --
Ashes of the Brambles --
El Señor Sleeps --
Guzmán Speaks --
The Dogs --
Juan Agrippa --
Brief Life, Eternal Glory, Unchanging World --
Prisoner of Love --
Disasters and Portents --
The Mad Lady --
The First Testament --
The Palace Idiot --
Hawks and Hazards --
Portrait of a Prince --
The Chronicler --
The Last Couple --
Stages of the Night --
Crepusculum --
Fax --
Concubium --
Nox Intempesta --
Gallicinium --
Conticinium --
Aurora --
The Second Testament --
Nothing Happens --
Gazes --
The New World --
Morning Star --
Water Clock --
Whirlpool of the Night --
The Beyond --
Return to Life --
A Piece of Land --
The Exchange --
The People of the Jungle --
Words in the Temple --
The Ancient's Legend --
The Tributes --
The Burning Temple --
The Mother and the Well --
Day of the Water, Night of the Phantom --
Day of the Smoking Mirror --
Night of the Volcano --
Day of the Lagoon --
Night of Reflections --
Day of Flight --
Night of the Return. The Next World --
Love of Water --
The Decree --
Rumors --
Celestina and Ludovico --
The First Child --
The Death Cart --
The Toledo Jewry --
The Cabala --
The Second Child --
The Zohar --
The Somnambulist --
The Sephirot --
Celestina and the Devil --
Number 3 --
The Duel --
Two Speak of Three --
The Knight of the Sorrowful Countenance --
A Sick Dream --
Wounded Lips --
The Third Child --
Specter of Time --
Memory upon the LIps --
Simón in Toledo --
The Alcazaba in Alexandria --
The Citizens of Heaven --
The Palace of Diocletian --
The Prophecy of the Third Age --
The Gypsy --
The Theater of Memory --
The Dreamers and the Blind Man --
The Beguines of Bruggs --
Inside the WIndmill --
Pedro on the Beach --
Schwester Katrei --
Giants and Princesses --
Ultima Thule --
Hertogenbosch --
Dulcinea --
First Man --
The Free Spirit --
The Galley Slaves --
The Lady of the Butterflies --
The Defeat --
Sing Your Troubles --
The Circular Dream --
The Cabo de los Desastres --
Mother Celestina --
The Seven Days of El Señor --
First Day --
Second Day --
Third Day --
Fourth Day --
Fifth Day --
Sixth Day --
Seventh Day--
The Rebellion --
Confessions of a Confessor --
Soul of Wax --
Corpus --
Manuscript of a Stoic --
Ashes --
The Restoration --
Requiem --
The Thirty-three Steps --
The Last city Afterword: Esch is Luther / Milan Kundera.
Series Title: Latin American literature series (Dalkey Archive Press)
Other Titles: Terra nostra.
Responsibility: Carlos Fuentes ; translation by Margaret Sayers Peden ; introduction by Jorge Volpi ; afterword by Milan Kundera.

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Chronological time is abolished and space concentrated into one area in a multi-dimensional pageant of Spanish history and culture that touches upon all facets of human experience.

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