El Chulla Romero y Flores

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Editorial Universidad de Costa Rica, 1996 - Fiction - 323 pages
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En este volumen presentamos la primera edicin crtica de Las memorias de mam Blanca, novela escrita por la venezolana Teresa de la Parra. La obra es coordinada por Velia Bosch, quin tambin escribe una historia de la autora en su momento histrico-poltico. Nlida Norris analiza la novela desde un punto de vista lingstico y formal, Jos Carlos Gonzlez Boix escribe sobre feminismo e ideologa conservadora y Nelson Osorio realiza una lectura crtica de la obra. Complementan este libro los ensayos de Sylvia Molloy, Doris Summer, Elizabeth Garrels y la bibliografa comentada de Gladys Garca Riera.
 

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Contents

HISTORIA DEL TEXTO
145
La novelística de Jorge Icaza en el relato ecuatoriano Ricardo
171
Evolución de la temática mestiza o chola en la narrativa icaciana
179
Presupuestos y destinos de una novela mestiza Gustavo Alfredo
211
El Chulla Romero y Flores
245
Lectura intratextual de El Chulla Romero y Flores Antonio Lorente
273
Texturas formas y lenguajes Theodore Alan Sackett
299
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The author, Jorge Icaza, was born in 1906, in Quito, Ecuador, where he still lives and where he owns and manages a book store. A dramatist and a short-story writer as well as a novelist, Icaza is the author of over fifteen plays, collections of stories, and six novels. His most recent novel, "El Chulla Romero y Flores,"" "appeared in 1958.
The translator, Bernard M. Dulsey, is Professor of Spanish in the Uni-versity of Missouri at Kansas City. Mr. Dulsey, who received his doctorate from the University of Illinois, is prose fiction editor for Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia for the "Handbook of Latin American Studies,"" "the yearly publication of the Library of Congress, and a contributor to various scholarly journals in this country and abroad.

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