Category Archives: Sugar

For that Cecilia paper

Here we have an important post by me, too cool to be forgotten. Advertisements

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The Libertine Colony

Keywords Doris Garraway, Werner Sollors. There is even more bibliography on these stories of incest and miscegenation then I realize.

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One more issue of PMLA bites the dust

To get me to not read something, just put it in PMLA. The May 2013 issue in particular, I should want to read as it is all full of Latin American and comparative things, but I do not. Is it … Continue reading

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Raízes do Brasil

This is out in translation, and in general it is one of the books I want.

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Protected: Vanessa Nelsen — copyrighted material — password Morúa, for Villaverde scholars

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

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Cecilia Valdés in New Orleans

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

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La Habana de Cecilia Valdés

This book is at LSU and Tulane and from what Rodrigo Lazo says in his article it is very interesting. The author, Loló de la Torriente, appears to have other interesting books and at first glance does not appear to … Continue reading

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