Dieciseis Entrevistas Con Autores Chilenos Contemporaneos: La Emergencia De Una Nueva Narrativa

Dieciseis Entrevistas Con Autores Chilenos Contemporaneos: La Emergencia De Una Nueva Narrativa

By: Guillermo Garcia-Corales (author)Hardback

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Description

The objective of this book is to document the perceptions of distinguished Chilean authors and critics with respect to their own literary works produced approximately during the last fifteen years (1990-2005), and the manners in which these texts have generated cultural debate. The book consists, in large part, of in-depth academic interviews completed during the second semester of 2004 and the first part of 2005 with prominent authors whom are related to the New Chilean Narrative. These interviews are preceded by an introductory chapter, which outlines the key ideological and literary concepts present in the reflections found in the interviews. This volume contributes material that will enhance the understanding of key representatives of the New Chilean Narrative. These distinguished authors have a fundamental place in the history of Chilean literature and play a crucial role in Chile's and Latin America's literary scene. As demonstrated in the foreword of each of the in-depth interviews in this book, all of the writers have been recognized at an international level and have been bestowed with prestigious literary awards. In addition, their novels and volumes of short stories can be appreciated by a large community of readers and are the focus of investigation in diverse academic centers of Latin America, the United States, and Europe. This work will appeal to scholars in Latin American studies and contemporary Latin American literature.

About Author

Professor Guillermo Garcia-Corales received his Ph.D. at the University of Colorado and is a member of the faculty at Baylor University.

Contents

List of Illustrations; Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. Pia Barros and the Paths of Desire: A Feminist Perspective of the New Chilean Narrative; 2. The Contemporary Chilean Narrative and the Cultural Debate: The Case of Jaime Collyer. 3. From La ciudad anterior to La ley natural: Gonzalo Contreras and the Chilean Cultural Panorama; 4. The Chilean Narrative of the Democratic Transition through Ana Maria del Rio's Vision; 5. Ramon Diaz Eterovic and the Neo-Detective Novel in the Chilean and Latin American Cultural Field; 6. Mauricio Electrorat and the New Chilean Narrative from the Exile Perspective; 7. Power, the Market and Writing: Diamela Eltit Revisited; 8. From Mala onda to Las peliculas de mi vida: The Fuguet Effect in Chilean Culture; 9. Pedro Lemebel's Figure and the Chronicle from the Margins of a Neo-liberal Chile; 10. Diego Munoz Valenzuela and the Generation of 1980 in Search of Lost Values; 11. Dario Oses in the Cultural Debate of the Present Chile: From Machos tristes to La musica de las esperas; 12. Hernan Rivera Letelier and the Voices of the Nitrate Pampa in the Letters of a Post-Dictatorial Chile; 13. Contemporary Chilean Literature and Political-Ideological Criticism Patricia Espinosa's Vision; 14. The Present Chilean Narrative from an Academic Perspective: Andres Gallardo Ballacey's Considerations; 15. The New Historical Novel, the Neo-Detective Novel and Women's Writings: Eddie Morales Pina's Reflections; 16. A Glance at Chilean Literature from the Casa del Escritor: Fernando Quilodran's Observations Works Cited; Alphabetical Index.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773459922
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 308
  • ID: 9780773459922
  • ISBN10: 0773459928
  • language of text: Spanish

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