A Twice-told Tale: Reinventing the Encounter in Iberian/Iberian American Literature and Film

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Santiago Juan-Navarro, Theodore Robert Young
University of Delaware Press, 2001 - Literary Criticism - 301 pages
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Essays on Iberian views of the age of conquest through literature and cinema
 

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Santiago Juan-Navarro is an Associate Professor of Spanish at Florida International University, where he teaches Latin American Literature and Film and Literary Theory. He received a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Columbia University and a Ph.D. in Literary Theory from the Universidad de Valencia (Spain). Among other books, he has authored Archival Reflections: Postmodern Fiction of the Americas (Self-Reflexivity, Historical Revisionism, Utopia), Lewisburg and London: Bucknell University Press, 2000; and has co-edited A Twice-Told Tale-Reinventing the Encounter in Iberian/Iberian American Literature and Film, Newark and London: University of Delaware Press, 2000. His articles have appeared in Revista Iberoamericana, Hispania, Hispanofila, Hispanic Journal, Letras Peninsulares, Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hisp?nicos, Journal of Interdisciplinary Literary Studies, and Anales de la Literatura Espanola Contemporanea, among others.

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