Category Archives: Vallejo

Unas revistas importantes

Revista Iberoamericana 221 (Oct.-Dec. 2007) is entirely available online so I am leaving my beautiful paper copy in this café because I do not recognize the issue when it sits on my shelf. It is on literature and technology but … Continue reading

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On the speaking subject

I have had this offprint for 26 years and now it is available on JSTOR. Nancy Fraser, “The uses and abuses of French discourse theories for feminist politics,” is an important article. It was important for me and will be, … Continue reading

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Files that are leaving me

Our library actually has a copy of Flores’ Aproximaciones … a Vallejo and it actually stays on the shelves, so I can actually afford to recycle my old xerox of this.

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Las ediciones de Vallejo

I had a printout of an article by Mazzotti about editions of Los heraldos negros for years and years, a relic of the time in which such things were hard to get. I spilled coffee on it so it is … Continue reading

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Material written around that Vallejo panel, but not used: organize this

I really must learn Scrivener or do something like that to better organize all these notes I make. Language and joy – these two things are interrelated. Vallejo has pain as a key word but and writes about sadness but … Continue reading

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An interesting dissertation on Vallejo

Here it is. I must read it. (I had a sudden flash: the reason I did not trust myself to work on him had to do with the reasons I did not even think I could be a barista. Everything … Continue reading

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Also, this may help put my paper together

Remember my old intuition that Vallejo is strange because he is partly non-Western, and my insistence that his double location, within Western civilization and outside of it, is not hybridity or mestizaje. Many Latin American modernists want to define identities … Continue reading

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