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Latin American Literary Review (LALR)
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  • Are Pachucos Subalterns?: Crime, Liminality, and the Uncanny in Early Chicano Literature

    Martín del Campo, Paco (2017)
    This article studies the novels of Daniel Venegas, Jovita González, and Américo Paredes that they wrote between 1928-1938. Indigeneity, marriage, liminality, and volition are major themes in the works of each author, all of which analyze the state of Chicanos in the Southwest during the first decades after the Mexican Revolution. While their plots and characters differ, they are all rooted in the conflict between First Nations and colonial settlers and had to grapple with the existence of pac...

    Los hijos de la Xica que Manda: El laberinto de la soledad de Octavio Paz en Fe en disfraz de Mayra Santos-Febres

    Maddox, John (2017)
    En la novela Fe en disfraz (2009), Mayra Santos-Febres ha reescrito El laberinto de la soledad (1950) de Octavio Paz en un espacio transnacional que incluye Estados Unidos, Brasil, Puerto Rico y Venezuela para hacer el estudio de la esclavitud y la identidad afro-latinoamericana pagano, corpóreo, visceral y político. Su protagonista, la historiadora Fe, tiene relaciones al estilo kink con su colega y empleado Martín cada Noche de Brujas. En estos encuentros, Fe se viste de la brasileña esclav...

    Bad Education

    Castillo, Debra A. (2017)
    In this article I study the U.S. 2005 documentary film, The Devil’s Miner, co-produced  by Kief Davidson and Richard Ladkani. Like many other internationally produced documentary films of this sort, it combines an ethnographic view of its subject with a mission of critique, in this case, the denunciation of child labor in the extremely dangerous and physically exhausting environment of the Cerro Rico mine in Potosí. The general message to the viewer is an emotionally-laden appeal to support c...

    Ferro's El otro Joyce: Originals and Copies

    Cunniffe Peña, Kathleen Elizabeth (2017)
    This article explores Roberto Ferro’s novel El otro Joyce (2011), a work of translational literature that straddles two languages and two literary traditions. Its protagonist, Jorge Cáceres, runs a small business researching patents, missing books, and missing persons. The novel’s plot follows him as he works to solve two mysteries: one related to the search for a first edition of Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, annotated by Jorge Luis Borges, and the second related to the suspicious death of Marcos ...

    Mam and Guepy: Two Valley Zapotec poems with translations

    Lopez, Felipe H.; Lillehaugen, Brook Danielle (2017)
    This work consists of two poems written in San Lucas Quiaviní Zapotec, a Valley Zapotec language spoken in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico. The poems are presented with English and Spanish translations, notes about the poet and translator, explanation of the translation process, and culture information.
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