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Pablo Neruda and the U.S. culture industry

Author: Teresa Longo
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2002.
Series: Hispanic issues, Volume 25
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This work gathers a diverse group of critical and poetic voices to analyze the politics of packaging and marketing Neruda - and Latin American poetry in general - in the US.

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Named Person: Pablo Neruda; Pablo Neruda
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Teresa Longo
ISBN: 0815333862 9780815333869
OCLC Number: 470506856
Notes: Notes bibliogr.
Description: 1 vol. (XXVII-238 p.) : front. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction Poetry Like Wonder Bread: Teresa Longo. Part I: Reading Neruda: 1. Pablo Neruda, Intrepreter of Our Century: Guiseppe Bellini, 2. Speak through My Words: The Poetics and Politics of Translating Neruda: Janice A. Jaffe, 3. Pablo Neurda: Adsence and Presence: The Photograph as Historical Referent: Patricia Santoro, 4. Quests for Alternative Cultural Antecedents: The Indigenism of Pablo Neurda, Ernesto Cardenal and Gary Snyder: Jill Kuhnheim. Part II: Neruda Reconfigured: Culture, History and Politics: 5. Loving Neruda: Bruce Dean Willis, 6. The De-chileanization of Neruda in Il Postino: Irene Hodgson, 7. Buying into the Nerudian Condominium or Building Community: Border Culture Reclaims the Past for the New Century: Ann Marie Stock, 8. The Poetics of Politics of the Poet: Experience and Testimony in Pablo Neruda: Silvia N. Rosman. Part III: Linking Theory to Praxis: U.S. Latino Responses: 9. Post Wonder Bread: Pablo Neruda in Centrefield? Teresa Longo, 10. The Good Liar Meets His Executioners: The Evolution of a Poem: Martin Espada, 11. Pablo Neruda's Dilemma: Julio Marzan, 12. In Search of Literary Cojones: Pablo Neruda, U.S. Latino Poetry, and the U.S. Literary Canon: Marcos McPeek Villatoro.
Series Title: Hispanic issues, Volume 25
Other Titles: Pablo Neruda and the United States culture industry
Responsibility: Teresa Longo, editor.
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