Questing Fictions: Latin America's Family Romance
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Alejo Carpentier antithetical Artemio Cruz baroque becomes beginning Borges Borges’s Carlos Fuentes Carpentier Carpentier’s Cervantes chapter conﬂation critical Critique of Reading culture Curtius desultory dialectic difﬁculty discourse displaced Don Quixote Eliot Emerson Emersonian Emir Rodriguez Monegal enterprise epic errant exile fabric family romance ﬁction ﬁguration ﬁgures ﬁnal ﬁnds ﬁrst Fuentes’s Giambattista Vico gnostic space Gonzalez Echevarria Gothic haunted Hegel Hegelian hero Homer immortality incunabula inﬁnite ironic irony itinerary Joseph Cartaphilus Juan Kadir’s landscape language Latin American Latin American literature lectura literary literature mediation metaphor Mexican mirror mnemonic myth necessary ﬁction negative novel Octavio Paz one’s ontology originary Paz’s Pedro Paramo perpetual Phenomenology poetic history primal privileged problematic quest reality reﬂection rendered repetition rhetorical Rufus’s scene self-consciousness sense signiﬁcance Spanish speciﬁc spectral story strategy structure subsumed T. S. Eliot technique of ﬁction Terra Terra Nostra textual timeless tradition transcendental trope uchronia utopia Vichian Vico World writing