Within the context of Latin America, Levinson (comparative literature, State U. of New York-Binghampton) explores what literature and literariness are, the interconnection between literature and the state, and the nature of an end as an exposure to an outside and a goal. He does not provide a subject index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
About the Author
Brett Levinson is Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at SUNY, Binghampton. He is the author of Secondary Moderns: Mimesis, History, and Revolution in Lezama Lima's "American Expression."