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Dear Diego (Aris & Phillips Hispanic Classics) download ebook

by Nathanial Gardner,N. Gardner,Elena Poniatowska

Dear Diego (Aris & Phillips Hispanic Classics) download ebook
ISBN:
0856688800
ISBN13:
978-0856688805
Author:
Nathanial Gardner,N. Gardner,Elena Poniatowska
Publisher:
Liverpool University Press; 1 edition (June 1, 2012)
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Pages:
96 pages
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1369 kb
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1389 kb
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4.2

Gardner’s translation of Dear Diego will be of special interest to teachers and students of translation studies, Mexican .

Gardner’s translation of Dear Diego will be of special interest to teachers and students of translation studies, Mexican literature, and the role of the real in contemporary cultural production. For the more casual reader, it is an excellent entrée into Poniatowska’s work and its special relationship with the testimonial and documentary genres.

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When Diego Rivera's biographer, Bertram Wolfe, was sifting though the painter's jumbled collection of correspondence, he encountered a series of Parisian letters from Angelina Beloff. Elena Poniatowska was been awarded the prestigious Premio Cervantes (Cervantes Prize).

com Product Description (ISBN 0856688819, Paperback). When Diego Rivera's biographer, Bertram Wolfe, was sifting though the painter's jumbled collection of correspondence, he encountered a series of Parisian letters from Angelina Beloff.

Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2012. Poniatowska herself would later call the novel apocryphal in an interview and anyone who examines the source letters, recovered from among Rivera’s correspondence by his biographer, Bertram Wolfe, will realize that not only are some of the novel’s sections entirely fictional, but also that the premise that Quiela/Angelina is writing into the void is false.

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When Diego Rivera's biographer, Bertram Wolfe, was sifting though the painter's jumbled collection of correspondence, he encountered a series of Parisian letters from Angelina Beloff.