Violations: Stories of Love by Latin American Women

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SOURCE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Andrea Blanqué, “Inmensamente Eunice,” in Esas malditas mujeres: Antología de cuentistas latinoamericanas, ed. Angélica Gorodischer (Buenos Aires: Ameghino, 1998), 131–41.

Marilyn Bobes, “En Florencia, diez años después,” in Alguien tiene que llorar (Buenos Aires: Ameghino, 1998), 113–23.

Carmen Boullosa, “An Impossible Story,” chapter 17 of Llanto: Novelas imposibles (Mexico City: Era, 1992), 100–105.

Fanny Buitrago, “El mar en la ventana,” in Líbranos de todo mal (Bogotá: Carlos Valencia, 1989), 29–34.

Margo Glantz, “English Love,” in Zona de derrumbe (Rosario, Argentina: Beatriz Viterbo, 2001), 93–102.

Liliana Heker, “Cuando todo brille,” in Las peras del mal (Buenos Aires: Belgrano, 1982), 9–19.

Sylvia Lago, “Días dorados de la Señora Pieldediamantes,” in Detrás de la reja: Antología crítica de narradoras latinoamericanas del siglo XX, ed. Celia Correas de Zapata (Caracas: Monte Ávila, 1980), 352–74.

Ángeles Mastretta, “Aunt Mariana,” in Women with Big Eyes(Mujeres de ojos grandes), trans. Amy Schildhouse Greenberg, copyright © 2003 by Ángeles Mastretta. Used by permission of Riverhead Books, an imprint of Penguin Group (USA), Inc.

Nélida Piñon, “Cortejo do divino,” in Sala de armas (Rio de Janeiro: Sabiá, 1973), 64–71.

Elena Poniatowska, “Love Story,” in De noche vienes (Mexico City: Grijalbo, 1979), 83–92.

Teresa Ruiz Rosas, “Detrás de la calle Toledo,” in El cuento peruano, 19902000, ed. Ricardo González Vigil (Lima: Cope, 2001), 607–21.

Cristina Peri Rossi, “La destrucción o el amor,” in Los pecados capitales, ed. Lourdes Ortiz (Barcelona: Grijalbo, 1990), 57–64.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction - Violation of the Love Story xv
  • To Love or to Ingest 1
  • English Love 9
  • The Fall 17
  • The Sea from the Window 33
  • Young Amatista 39
  • Farewell, My Love 49
  • Immensely Eunice 57
  • Golden Days of a Queen of Diamonds 67
  • In Florence Ten Years Later 91
  • Love Story 99
  • Aunt Mariana 111
  • Procession of Love 117
  • Santa Catalina, Arequipa 125
  • Impossible Story 143
  • Spick and Span 149
  • End of the Millennium 157
  • Source Acknowledgments 181
  • Contributors 183
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