By Oswaldo Estrada,Anna M. Nogar
Through a transformative interdisciplinary lens, this publication stories the ultra-contemporary chronicles of Carlos Monsiváis, the poetry of Carmen Boullosa and Luis Felipe Fabre, and the novels of Enrique Serna, Héctor de Mauleón, Mónica Lavín, and Pablo Soler Frost, between others. The ebook additionally can pay shut cognizance to an outstanding pattern of modern children’s literature that revisit Mexico’s colonia. It contains the transatlantic viewpoint of Spanish novelist Inma Chacón, and a close research of the ideas hired through Laura Esquivel within the construction of a most sensible vendor. different chapters are dedicated to the examine of transnational movie productions, a play via Flavio González Mello, and a suite of novels set within the nineteenth-century colonia that problematize static notions of either own and nationwide identification inside particular cultural palimpsests. Taken jointly, those incisive readings open broader conversations approximately Mexican coloniality because it keeps good into the twenty-first century.
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