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I will donate my Xerox of this 1927-1928 literary and arts journal from Port-au-Prince. There are copies of it at several university libraries in state and at Austin, so I can consult it again.
I have the germ of a exam question that I am not going to use because I do not have time to develop it. But it is about civilization and barbarism: Foucault and also da Silva criticize humanism and the … Continue reading
I would like to have a good library, and some good bookstores, as I would truly use them. I would have fewer books around the house and office that I do not use but might, and fewer pieces of paper … Continue reading
Here is a true curiosity: a poem on sugar cane, from 1764.
…wanted slaves to fight in the Independence wars so that battle casualties would limit the numbers of Black people, he said.
Here is yet another fascinating book to want, on race and sugar, and there is an issue of Ethnic and Racial Studies I should get, and many articles from this journal are available from TANDF for free — at least, … Continue reading
This paper considers some New Orleans sources, parallels and intertexts of Cirilo Villaverde’s Cecilia Valdés o la loma del Ángel: novela de costumbres cubanas (Havana, 1839-New York, 1882) and the fact that Cuba’s national novel — also the best Spanish … Continue reading