"Pueblos Enfermos": The Discourse of Illness in the Turn-of-the-century Spanish and Latin American Essay

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U.N.C. Department of Romance Languages, 1999 - Foreign Language Study - 195 pages
This text investigates three examples of illness in the turn-of-the-century essay in Spain and Latin America: Angel Ganivet's Idearium Espanol (1897), Jose Enrique Rodo's Ariel (1900), and Alcides Arguedas's Pueblo Enfermo (1909).

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Acknowledgements
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Ángel Ganivets Idearium español and the Model of National
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José Enrique RodOs Ariel The Therapeutic Program for Pan
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Aronna is assistant professor of Hispanic studies at Vassar College.

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