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Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-249) and index.
|Statement||Maarten van Delden.|
|LC Classifications||PQ7297.F793 Z933 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 262 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||97033812|
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In Carlos Fuentes, Mexico, and Modernity, Van Delden argues that there is a fundamental paradox at the heart of Fuentes's vision of Mexico and in his role as novelist and critic in putting forth that paradox hinges on the tension between national identity and modernity.
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This paradox hinges on the tension between national identity and modernity. Carlos Fuentes Macías (/ ˈ f w ɛ n t eɪ s /; Spanish: [ˈkaɾlos ˈfwentes] (); Novem – ) was a Mexican novelist and his works are The Death of Artemio Cruz (), Aura (), Terra Nostra (), The Old Gringo () and Christopher Unborn ().
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In Carlos Fuentes, Mexico, and Modernity, Maarten van Delden argues that there is a fundamental paradox at the heart of Fuentes's vision of Mexico and in his role as novelist and critic in putting forth that vision.
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In Carlos Fuentes, Mexico, and Modernity, Van Delden argues that there is a fundamental paradox at the heart of Fuentes’s vision of Mexico and in his role as novelist and critic in putting forth that paradox hinges on the tension between national identity and modernity.
Books by Carlos Fuentes Carlos Fuentes Average rating 91, ratings 5, reviews shelvedtimes Showing 30 distinct works. Throughout his decades-long literary career, Carlos Fuentes produced more than 20 books.
Here are five of his best. Carlos Fuentes, (born NovemPanama City, Panama—diedMexico City, Mexico), Mexican novelist, short-story writer, playwright, critic, and diplomat whose experimental novels won him an international literary reputation.
The son of a Mexican career diplomat, Fuentes was born in Panama and traveled extensively with his family in North and South America and in Europe. The writer and polemicist Carlos Fuentes, who has died a published more than 60 works, including novels, short stories, essays and plays, in a career that spanned six decades.
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The Years with Laura Diaz by Carlos Fuentes is a gargantuan epic, but where are the real people, asks Alex Clark Alex Clark Fri 11 May. Carlos Fuentes, the politically engaged Mexican novelist and irrepressible bon vivant who stood at the forefront of Latin American letters for more than half a century, died May 15 at a hospital.
And now, writes Carlos Fuentes, Mexico is facing a new time, even as it must stay true to its place in history. Torn between tradition and modernity, impatient with an exhausted political system but unsure how and with what to replace it, Mexicans are struggling to make the transition from authoritarian to democratic politics.
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He was Carlos Fuentes, born in Panama inspent his youth in Washington, DC, where his father was posted as a Mexican diplomatic representative. As a teen, Fuentes lived in Argentina and Chile, as well as Mexico. He completed his university studies in both Mexico City and Geneva.
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The publication of Carlos Fuentes's debut novel in created much controversy with its critical and loosely Marxist look at the social strata and history of Mexico City. Where the Air Is Clear deals with the issues of Mexican identity and need for selfknowledge, and paints a society torn between its ancient mythology and the contemporary.
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Carlos Fuentes was born in Panama on Novem He studied law at the National University of Mexico and did graduate work at the Institute des Hautes Etudes in Switzerland. He entered Mexico's diplomatic service and wrote in his spare time. His first novel, Where the /5(7).
In Carlos Fuentes y el pensamiento barroco, Reindert Dhondt accomplishes the first systematic study of the Baroque in much of the work of Carlos h a rigorous analysis of Fuentes's essays, interviews, and novels such as Aura () and En todas las familias felices (), Dhondt elucidates the Boom writer's particular vision of : Raymond L.
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Contributor Names Fuentes, Carlos. Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape (Library of Congress). A secret history of Mexican modernity told through five artifacts—cameras, typewriters, radio, cement, stadiums—and the radical transformation of art and literature they brought about in the s and s.
In Mexican Modernity, Rubén Gallo tells the story of a second Mexican Revolution, a battle fought on the front of cultural representation.
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Carlos Fuentes, Champion of Mexican Democracy. An autumn-of-life exercise in taking stock by the renowned Mexican novelist and essayist (Inez,etc.).“I believe in Balzac,” writes Fuentes.
“Next to Cervantes and Faulkner, he is the novelist who has influenced me the most.”. Carlos Fuentes in the s. Van Delden, Maarten // Carlos Fuentes, Mexico & Modernity;, p Chapter 8 of the book "Carlos Fuentes, Mexico and Modernity" is presented.
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Chac Mool by Carlos Fuentes Translated by Jonah Katz. Smitten by the modernity of Cervantes and Borges at an early age, Carlos Fuentes has written extensively on the cultures of the Americas and elsewhere. His work includes over a dozen novels, among them The Death of Artemio Cruz, Christopher Unborn, The Old Gringo, and Terra Nostra, several volumes of short stories, numerous essays on.
Biography. Carlos Fuentes was born in Panama City in where his father was stationed as a diplomat. He lived in various countries as a child and went to school in Washington, D.C.
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Along. Mexican author Carlos Fuentes, a prolific writer known for his novels and political commentary, died Tuesday. He was Carlos Fuentes was a Mexican diplomat, novelist, scholar and critic famous for his experimental novels. He was one of Mexico’s most celebrated novelists and the recipients of many prestigious literary awards, the most notable being the ‘Miguel de Cervantes Prize.’.
Carlos Fuentes Biography Carlos Fuentes is arguably Mexico’s most prolific and important author. He published his first novel, La Región Mas Transparente, when he was just twenty-eight years old. Juan Rulfo's Mexico: : Carlos Fuentes, etc.: Libros en idiomas extranjeros.
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24, Carlos Fuentes belonged to a generation of Latin American writers who were both literary and political, author and social commentator.
Fuentes was a public intellectual.