Carlos Fuentes

Author: Robert Brody
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Quotations are most frequently from standard, readily available English translations of Fuentes' works. A valuable chronology of the writer's life rounds off the volume.

The Writings Of Carlos Fuentes

Author: Raymond Leslie Williams
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 029277401X
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This useful work contains a fourteenpage biographical sketch of Fuentes, the
most lengthy yetpublished in English, anda seventeenpage analysis of Terra
Nostra. Robert BrodyandCharlesRossman have compiled a volume of thirteen
critical studies on Fuentes,Carlos Fuentes: A Critical View (1982), which includes
incisive articles by some ofthemostinsightful Latin Americanists whohave written
onFuentes, among them Jaime Alazraki, John S. Brushwood,Frank Dauster,
Gloria Durán, ...

A Study Guide For Carlos Fuentes S Where The Air Is Clear

Author: Gale, Cengage Learning
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Critical. Overview. Fuentes' debut novel has inspired much criticism with its
experimental narrative technique, its combination of history, anthropology,
sociology, music, and cinema, and its soulfelt critique of modern Mexico. Some
critics recognized the author's imaginative and powerful style as revolutionary in
Latin American literature, while others rebuked his storytelling strategies. In a
review for the New Yorker, Anthony West writes of Where the Air Is Clear: “With
the bravery of a ...

The Postmodern Fuentes

Author: Chalene Helmuth
Publisher: Bucknell University Press
ISBN: 9780838753224
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For a discussion of the doubling of Felix and Velazquez, see Mary E. Davis's two
excellent studies: "The Twins in the Looking Glass: Carlos Fuentes' La cabeza de
la hidra," Hispania 65 (1982), 371-76; and "On Becoming Velazquez: Carlos
Fuentes' The Hydra Head," in Carlos Fuentes: A Critical View, edited by Robert
Brody and Charles Rossman (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1982), 146-55. 7.
Although most critics make reference to the cinematic intertextuality of La cabeza
de ...

Carlos Fuentes

Author: Alfonso González
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Review 31 (1982), 42- 48. Insights into the nature and meaning of this complex
text. Reeve. Richard. "Carlos Fuentes and the New Short Story in Mexico. Studies
in Short Fiction, 8 (1971), 169-79. A study of Fuentes's first two collections and ...
de la novela" Revista Iberoamericana, 49 (1981), 173-78. Discusses Fuentes's
perception of the novel based on Las buenas conciencias and Terra Nostra.
Duran, Manuel. "Carlos Fuentes as an Art Critic." In Carlos Fuentes: A Critical

Encyclopedia Of The Essay

Author: Tracy Chevalier
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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1, Mexico City: Aguilar, 1974: 9-76 Blanco Aguinaga, Carlos, "Sobre la idea de la
novela en Carlos Fuentes," Cuadernos Politicos 23 (1974): 73-108 Boschi,
Liliana Befumo, and Elisa Calabrese, Nostalgia del futuro en la obra de Carlos
Fuentes, Buenos Aires: Garcia Cambeiro, 1974 Brody, Robert, and Charles
Rossman, editors, Carlos Fuentes: A Critical View, Austin: University of Texas
Press, 1982 Brushwood, John S., The Spanish American Novel: A Twentieth-
Century Survey, ...

Some Remarks On The Literary Criticism Of Carlos Fuentes

Author: George Gordon Wing
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I have also addressed the problem of Fuentes' ambivalence — certain
discrepancies between his theoretical speculations on the novel, on the one
hand, and his novelistic practice, on the other, discrepancies that give a peculiar
direction to his critical work. Finally, I have examined in some detail Fuentes'
provocative analysis of Moby Dick, a critical piece of work that is not only typical
of his best efforts but also typical of the tradition that nourishes him. The question
of whether or not ...

Critical Survey Of Long Fiction Ralph Ellison Jamake Highwater

Author: Carl Edmund Rollyson
Publisher: Salem PressInc
ISBN: 9780893568856
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Carlos Fuentes: A Critical View. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1982. A
collection of essays by well- known scholars and critics, covering Fuentes's
literary production from various critical standpoints. Delden, Maarten van. Carlos
Fuentes, México, and Modernity. Nashville, Tenn.: Vanderbilt University Press,
1998. Analyzes the ongoing tension in Fuentes's works between nationalism and
cosmopolitanism, which stands in a complex relationship to the problem of Latin
American ...

Latin American Writers

Author: Carlos A. Solé
Publisher: MacMillan Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780684185996
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Nostalgia del futuro en la obra de Carlos Fuentes. Buenos Aires, 1974. Brody,
Robert, and Charles Rossman, eds. Carlos Fuentes: A Critical View. Austin, Tex.,
1982. Brushwood, John S. "Sobre el referente y la transformaci6n narrativa en
las novelas de Carlos Fuentes y Gustavo Sainz." Revista iberoamericana 47/166
-167:49-54 (1981). Carballo, Emmanuel. "Carlos Fuentes." In Diecinueve
protagonistas de la literatura mexicana del siglo XX. Mexico City. 1965. Pp. 424-
448. Durdn ...

Phenomenology And Aesthetics

Author: M. Kronegger
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
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125–146. * For Sartre's incorporation of the Hegelian principle, see Sartre, L'Etre
et le néant, p. 72. * For Sartre's discussion of time, see Sartre, L'Etre et le néant,
pp. 150–218. * See Jara, “El mito.” * For a discussion of a similar use of the
second person in another Fuentes' novel, see Jaime Alazraki, “Theme and
System in Aura,” in Carlos Fuentes: A Critical View, ed. by Robert Brody and
Charles Rossman (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1982), pp. 103–104. *
Carlos Fuentes, La ...