INDEX
Absalom, Absalom! ( Faulkner), 39, 68, 74-75, 77, 235
Afro-American culture: flying in, 173-75, 177, 181-82; as influence on Latin American literature, 169-72, 180‐ 82; sorcerers in, 174-75, 178-80
Aguilar, Prudencio ( One Hundred Years of Solitude), 7, 29-31, 56, 279
" All God's Chillun Had Wings," 173‐ 74
Arabian Nights,8, 117-18, 274
Aracataca, 6-7, 18, 35, 39, 231-32
Arenas, Reinold, 1-2
Arguedas, Josh María, 112
As I Lay Dying ( Faulkner), 35, 68-69, 77-78
Asturias, Miguel, 41, 111, 139, 147, 236-37
Autobiography of a Runaway Slave. See Biografia de un cimarrón
Autumn of the Patriarch, The,43; anticolonialism in, 252-56; apocalyptic vision of, 49-50, 57-58, 60-63; as deconstructionist novel, 204-5, 211-15; Faulkner's influence on, 1, 44, 75-79; historical allusions in, 127-28, 131, 138, 237; imagery in, 59-60; magic realism of, 78, 228, 236, 241; narrative voices of, 157-61, 240; original situation in, 151-55; plot of, 149-51; as political literature, 125-26, 236; as satire, 144-46; sentence length in, 156-57; setting of, 148-49, 155-56; sources for, 147-48; structure of, 44-45, 6162, 151, 167-68; visible vs. invisible reality in, 163-67; wish fulfillment, 46-47
Bacchae, The ( Euripides), 216-17
Barnet, Miguel, 112, 172
Bataille, Georges, 101
Baudrillard, Jean, 99-100
Bear, The ( Faulkner), 78
Benjamin, Walter, 104, 275-76, 280‐ 81
Beyond the Pleasure Principle ( Freud), 264
Biografía de un cimarrón ( Barnet), 112, 172
Bloom, Harold, 33-34
Bolívar, Simon, 127, 245
Borges, Jorge Luis, 1, 2-3, 34, 112, 194; as archivist of One Hundred Years of Solitude,117-18, 121, 123; on translation, 271, 275-77, 280
" Brujerías de Juana García, Las" ( Rodriguez Freyle), 172
Brushwood, John S., 227-28
Buendía, Amaranta ( One Hundred Years of Solitude), 25, 41-42, 54, 272‐ 73
Buendía, Aureliano Babilonia ( One Hundred Years of Solitude), 3, 8-9, 52-54, 57, 118, 119-21, 234, 274, 278-81
Buendía, Colonel Aureliano ( One Hundred Years of Solitude), 2, 25-26, 41, 43, 53-54, 73, 76, 128, 133‐ 36, 233, 273
Buendía, Josh Arcadio (Son) ( One Hundred Years of Solitude), 41, 272‐ 73, 278-79
Buendía, José Arcadio Segundo ( One Hundred Years of Solitude), 54, 141-42; 117, 119, 274, 278
Buendía, Ursula ( One Hundred Years of Solitude), 7, 25-26, 29, 39-40, 54-55, 67, 73-75, 120, 128

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