564 Index
Asturias, Miguel Angel, 107, 121, 140-
41, 191; European influence on, 140;
Hombres de maiz [Men of Maize],
140-41; and nialisme magique,
191
Auerbach, Erich: on Madame Bovary
in Mimesis, 277-79
Australian historiographies, 9, 306,
311,312,317,318
avant-garde, 45, 122, 129-130, 203;
appropriation of, 131; and Jean
Cocteau, 45; and Andre Derain, 45
Aztec, 98, 166, 177,380
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 136-37, 141, 256,
257,374,410,470
Balthus, 103
Barnes, Julian, 2; Flaubert's Parrot, 1, 3
Baroja, Pio, 106
baroque, 2, 27, 40, 89-90, 133; Amer-
indian, 74, 84, 98-99; architecture,
79,91,92-95,100; Churrigueresque,
89, 90, 99; and "decadent" art,
90-91; as "Gongorist," 90; Indian
culture as, 94, 95; language of the,
104-106; as Latin American cultural
category, 100-101, 106-108, 133,
223,256; in literature, 91-92, 95-
99, 106-107, 128; as a mode of
overextension, 185; plateresque, 99-
100; Schoenberg's Variations as,
99; Spanish masters of (Quevedo,
Calderon, Gongora, Gracian), 92, 95;
spirit of the, 90-91, 94, 95, 98; as
a style, 90, 93-95, 100, 106-107;
tragedy, as opposed to, 95. See also
Carpentier; marvelous real
Barth, John, 163, 165, 166, 200-
201,501
Barthelme, Donald, 4, 10; "City Life,"
479,480,489-92
Barthes, Roland, 169, 240; on Khatibi's
Tattooed Memory, 437-38, 447;
on "stereographic space," 226; on
textualization, 237
Beckett, Samuel, 194, 195, 436;
Waitingfor Godot, 388
Beethoven, Ludwig von, 90, 99
Behne, Adolf, 40
Bell, Clive, 40
ben Jelloun, Tahar: The Sand Child,
10,429,437-47
Benjamin, Walter: "The Storyteller,"
285,287,300
Bessiere, Irene, 142 n.12, 429
Bernini, Giovanni Lorenzo: "Ecstasy
of Saint Teresa," 91, 93; St. Peter's
Cathedral, 93
Bianco, Jose, 114, 119
Bierce, Ambrose: "Occurrence at Owl
Creek Bridge," 518
Bioy Casares, Adolfo, 116, 119, 120;
Antologia de la literatura fantastica
[The Book of Fantasy], 113; La
invenci6n de Morel [The Invention of
Morel], 114
Bombal, Maria Luisa, 113, 119
Bontempelli, Massimo, 60-62, 251
books of the dead, 500, 525-26
Borges, Jorge Luis, 61, 62, 111, 113, 116,
120, 138, 153, 167, 257, 338, 381,
394,
442, 451,
499,
510, 517, 520;
"The Aleph," 177; "From Allegories
to Novels," 509; and archetypes,
504, 506; "The Argentine Writer and
Tradition," 505, 518; and the cabala,
505-506; "The Circular Ruins,"
114, 440, 441, 506; "Death and the
Compass," 505, 518; Dreamtigers,
506; "The Flower of Coleridge,"
507, 508; "The Garden of Forking
Paths," 113, 150-51,
219,
439; "The
Garden of Forking Paths," textual
defamiliarization in, 150-51; ghosts
in, 503-504, 507; An Introduction
to American Literature, 511-13;
and Jung, 504, 514; "The Library
of Babel," 114, 154,
504,
507;
"The Life of Tadeo Isidoro Cruz
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