Enrico Mario Santí has taught at Cornell and Georgetown and is currently the William T. Bryan Professor of Hispanic Studies at the University of Kentucky. He is the author of half a dozen books and serves on a number of editorial boards. His research has been supported over the years by fellowships from The Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars, the American Council of Learned Societies, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Philosophical Society, and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
The collected essays of Enrico Mario Santí, Latin Americanist.
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Table of Contents
• Poetry and the Cold War: Pablo Neruda's "Canto general"
• This Land of Prophets: Walt Whitman in Spanish America
• Sor Juana, Octavio Paz and Poetics of Restitution
• Through the Grapevine: Rulfo, Garro and National Allegory
• 98: Narcissism and Melancholy
• After the Revolution: Strawberry and Chocolate, or the Politics of Reconciliation
• Fernando Ortiz: Counterpoint and Transculturation
• Appendix 1: Latinamericanism
• Appendix 2: The Neruda Whitmaniana
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