Index
Note: page numbers followed by “n” refer to endnotes.
“Académicos y gringos malos” (Reati
and Gómez Ocampo), 60–61
“Academic Relations and Latin
American Fictions” (Kerr), 135n1
acculturation, 15–16, 31, 129n19
Achúgar, Hugo, 62, 67, 70, 135n5
adda (Bengali literary institution), 49
Adorno, Theodor, 74, 84
Alemán, Mateo, 100
Allende, Salvador, 96, 103, 104, 108
Alonso, Carlos, 44
Althusser, Louis, 30, 59, 140n7
Amores perros (film), 99–100
“annexationist” strain, 15
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 136n8
Arendt, Hannah, 56, 88, 134n17
Argentina Proceso, 84–87
Ariel (Rodó), 19–20, 67–68
Ariel- Caliban polarity, 63, 68–70. See
also neo- Arielism
Las armas de las letras (Rojo), 135n4
armed struggle in Latin America: con-
tinuation of, 102; cultural expres-
sions, 99–100, 105–6; defeat of, 108;
democracy and, 101–2, 104–5; his-
toricist narrative, 100–103, 140n7;
identity politics of new social
movements and, 106–7; immedi-
ate objections to, 97; nationalism
and, 106; new forms of socialism
from, 103–4; number killed, 108;
paradigm of disillusion, 96, 98–103,
109; remembering, 95, 97–98, 99,
108–9; repentant guerrilla narra-
tive, 99–100, 140n6; revolution-
ary potential and the guerrilla foco,
96–97; victory in, 102–3
armed struggle in South Asia, 140n8
Aronna, Michael, 68
La articulación de las diferencias
(Morales), 72, 75–79, 93–94, 137n4,
137n8
Asturias, Miguel Angel, 77, 93
atopianism, 52–53
Avelar, Idelber, 43, 133n5
Bachelet, Michelle, 11
Badiou, Alain, 7, 103, 140n6
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