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VOCES DE HISPANOAMÉRICA, the market-leading anthology, includes authors from the colonial period to the present and incorporates some of the most influential writers in Latin America.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780838416532
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 11/19/2003
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 648
  • Product dimensions: 6.70 (w) x 9.46 (h) x 1.07 (d)

Meet the Author

Raquel Chang-Rodriguez is Distinguished Professor of Spanish American literature and culture at the Graduate Center and the City College (CCNY) of the City University of New York (CUNY) where she has served as Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures (1995-00). Among other books, she has authored Hidden Messages. Representation and Resistance in Andean Colonial Drama (Bucknell University Press, 1999), studying plays written in Spanish and Quechua. She is the editor of La cultura letrada en la Nueva Espana del siglo XVII (Siglo XXI-UNAM, 2002), the second volume of a new history of Mexican literature, where she also contributed the chapter on lyric poetry. Professor Chang-Rodriguez has contributed articles and book chapters to publications from Europe and the Americas and is the founder of Colonial Latin American Review, a journal devoted to studying the Colonial period from an interdisciplinary perspective. A frequent keynote speaker at conferences and symposia, Raquel Chang-Rodriguez is the co-anchor of Charlando con Cervantes, a program of interviews with prominent personalities of Hispanic culture sponsored by CUNY-TV and the Instituto Cervantes.

Malva E. Filer is Professor of Spanish-American literature at the Graduate Center and Brooklyn College of the City University of New York (CUNY), where she serves as Deputy Chair. A specialist in contemporary narrative, she has written books on Julio Cortázar and Antonio Di Benedetto. Her publications include critical essays on the major authors of Spanish America, from Jorge Luis Borges to Severo Sarduy, appearing in refereed journals and collections such as as The Final Island. The Fiction of Julio Cortázar (Oklahoma UP, 1978); Mario Vargas Llosa. A Collection of Critical Essays (Texas UP, 1978); Carlos Fuentes. A Critical View (Texas UP, 1982); Borges and his Successors (Missouri UP, 1990); La novela argentina de los anos 80 (Verveurt Verlag, 1991); Culturas del Rio de la Plata (1973-1995). Transgresion e intercambio (Verveurt Verlag, 1995); Le fantastique argentin. Cahiers du CRICCAL 17 (La Sorbonne Nouvelle, 1997); Between the Self and the Void: Essays in Honor of Severo Sarduy (U of Colorado, 1998); and Me gustas cuando callas. Los escritores del "Boom" y el genero sexual (U de Puerto Rico, 2002).

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Table of Contents

Preface. 1. LA CONFIGURACIÓN DEL MUNDO HISPANOAMERICANO: LAS RAÍCES, LA COLONIA, LA INDEPENDENCIA (?-1824). Voces amerindias: los mayas, los nahuas y las quechuas. Popol Vuh. Poesia nahuatl. Poesia quechua. Colon. Cartas Luis de Santángel. de las Casas. Historia de las Indias. Diaz del Castillo. Historia verdadera de la conquista de la Nueva Espana. de Ercilla y Zuniga. La Araucana. de la Vega. Comentarios Reales de los Incas. Caviedes. Coloquio que tuvo con la muerte un medico estando enfermo. de riesgo. Privilegios del pobre. Para labrarse fortuna en los palacios. A una dama en un bano. de la Cruz. Respuesta de la poetisa a la muy ilustre sor Filotea de la Cruz. Hombres necios. Este amoroso tormento. Este que ves, engano colorido. Rosa divina que en gentil cultura. Detente, sombre de mi bien esquivo. Al que ingrato me deja, busco amante. Fernández de Lizardi. El Periquillo Sarniento . Bello. La agricultura de la zona torrida. Autonomia cultural de America. 2. BÚSQUEDA DE LA EMANCIPACIÓN CULTURAL (1825-1882). Heredia. En una tempestad. Niágara. A mi esposa Echevarria. El matadero. Sarmiento. Facundo. Gomez de Avellaneda. Al partir. Romance. A el. Montalvo. Washington y Bolivar. Palma. Amor de madre. El alacrán de fray Gomez. Hernández. Martin Fierro. Matto de Turner. Para ellas. Malccoy. 3. LA REALIDAD AMERICANA Y LA RENOVACIÓN LITERARIA (1882-1910). Marti. Mi caballero. Sobre mi hombro. Versos sencillos. Copa con alas. Poetica. Dos patrias. Domingo triste. Nuestra America. Nájera . Para entonces. La duquesa Job. De blanco . La manana de San Juan. Silva. Nocturno. Vejeces. Paisaje tropical. Dario. Era un aire suave.... Sonatina. El cisne. Yo soy aquel.... A Roosevelt . Lo fatal. Los cisnes. Cancion de otono en primavera. El velo de la reina Mab. Lillo. El Chiflon del Diablo Lugones. Delectacion amorosa. Divagacion lunar. A los gauchos. Salmo pluvial . El jilguero. 4. CONTINUIDAD Y RUPTURA: HACIA UNA NUEVA EXPRESIÓN (1910-1960). Quiroga. El hijo. Urena. El descontento y la promesa. Agustini. Explosion. El intruso. Las alas. Nocturno. Tu amor. Reyes. Capricho de America. Mistral. Los sonetos de la muerte. Sueno grande. Pan. La desvelada. Storni. Tu me quieres blanca. Cuadrados y ángulos . Peso ancestral. Hombre pequenito. El hijo. Vallejo. Los heraldos negros. XXVIII. Voy a hablar de la esperanza. Piedra negra sobre una piedra blanca. Masa. Huidobro. Nipona. Arte poetica. Luna o reloj. Altazor; o El viaje en paracaidas. Mariátegui. Siete ensayos de interpretacion de la realidad peruana. Borges. Fundacion mitica de Buenos Aires. Borges y yo. El sur. Asturias. Leyenda de la Tatuana. Guillen. Bucate Plata. Velorio de Papá Montero. Sensemayá. Balada de los dos abuelos. Un largo lagarto verde. Carpentier. Semejante a la noche. Neruda. Poema 20. Walking around. Alturas de Macchu Picchu. Oda a los calcetines. Estacion inmovil. Rulfo. Nos han dado la tierra. 5. CONSOLIDACIÓN Y EXPANSIÓN (1960-1975). Cortázar. La isla a mediodia. Paz. Todos santos, dia de muertos . El pájaro. Dos cuerpos. Himno entre ruinas. Carballido. El censo. Castellanos. Válium 10. Poesia no eres tu. Costumbres mexicanas. Fuentes. Chac Mool. Garcia Márquez. La prodigiosa tarde deBaltazar. Poniatowska. Las lavanderas. Esperanza numero equivocado. Vargas Llosa . El catoblepas. 6. ASIMILACIÓN Y DIFERENCIA (1976- ). Sánchez. ¿Por que escribe Ud.?. Valenzuela. Los censores. Monsiváis. Las migraciones culturales. Ferre. La muneca menor. Cisneros. Tupac Amaru relegado. Tres testimonios de Ayacucho. Las salinas. Hay veces que los hijos. Requiem. Allende. Clarisa. Ramirez. Catalina y Catalina. Almánzar. En carne viva. Istaru. Y colgariamos naranjas en cada nube. ¿Donde estarás?. Mi nombre de persona. El hambre ocurre. Estoy de pie en un sueno. Declaracion urgente de amor a los humanos. Cronologia. Glosario de terminos literarios y culturales. Índice.

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