Bulletin of Hispanic Studies

Articles from Vol. 92, No. 1, 2015

Books Received
Arias de la Canal, Fredo, El Quijote liberal y otros papeles cervantinos. Mexico City: Frente de Afirmación Hispanista A.C. 2013. 171 pp. No ISBN.Arnold, Kathleen R., American Immigration After 1996. The Shifting Ground of Political Inclusion. University...
Cuerpos Hablados, Cuerpos Negados Y El Fascinante Devenir del Género Gramatical*
Definiendo identidad en un sentido muy amplio como 'the social positioning of self and others' (Bucholtz y Hall 2010: 18), mi foco de interés en este artículo es la construcción de auto-identidades de género no normativas en el español actual por parte...
Inner Exile and Alternative National Identifications after the Spanish Civil War: Imagining the Basque Country in Ramon Saizarbitoria's 100 Metro
The terms 'inner exile' and 'inner exile literature', although widely used in post Spanish Civil War literary criticism, are very difficult to define due to the subjective nature of the task of discerning who was alienated and in what manner during an...
La Identidad Cuestionada: Memorias del Exilio En El Teatro Argentino De la (Pos)dictadura
Exceptuando contados momentos en los que el tema fue discutido públicamente, la problemática del exilio argentino fue prácticamente ignorada por vastos sectores de la población tanto durante la dictadura militar (1976-1983) como en los primeros años...
Mito Y Realidad En Las Crónicas De la Guerra De la Independencia (1808-1814): Las Memorias del Seminarista Inglés Robert Brindle
So many Writers, both Soldiers and Civilians, have found materials for their pen in the Spanish Wars of the last fifty years, that it may be thought the subject is waxing threadbare; and, with any other country, the supposition would perhaps not befar...
Orphanhood as Genesis in Miguel Delibes's la Sombra del Ciprés Es Alargada
La sombra del ciprés es alargada (1948) won the prestigious Premio Eugenio Nadal in 1947 and launched the literary career of Miguel Delibes yet, despite its impressive debut, the quality and significance of this rather gloomy work have been contested...
Rethinking Violence: La Casa Grande's Role in the Modernization of the Colombian Novel and Theatre
Álvaro Cepeda Samudio's La casa grande (1962) is recognized as an important Colombian novel closely related to Gabriel García Márquez's Cien años de soledad (1967). However, its historic, cultural, and thematic closeness to García Márquez's famous novel...
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