Notes
Preface and Acknowledgments
I
George Yudice,
"~Puede
hablarse de postmodernidad en america latina?"
Re-
vista de critica literaria latinoamericana 29
(ler semestre de
1989): 109.
2
Nancy Fraser, "Rethinking the Public Sphere: A Contribution to the Critique
of Actually Existing Democracy,"
Social Text 25/26 (1990): 56.
3
C. L. R. James,
Notes on Dialectics: Hegel-Marx-Lenin) 1948
(Westport, Conn.:
Lawrence Hill,
198o), 15.
4
For thorough catalogues of such gestures by critics as well known as Gerald
Graff, Charles Russell, James Mellard, Christopher Butler, Ihab Hassan, and John
Barth, see Carlos Rincon, "Modernidad periferica y el desafio de
10
postmoderno:
perspectivas del arte narrativo latinoamericano,"
Revista de critica literaria latino-
americana 29
(ler semestre de
1989): 61-104
and Jorge Ruffinelli, "Los
80:
~In-
greso a la posmodernidad?,"
Nuevo Texto Critico
6 (ano 3, segundo semestre de
1990): 3
I
-42.
And for a similar catalogue, but focusing on cultural studies, see
George Yudice, "Marginality and the Ethics of Survival," in
Universal Abandon?
The Politics ofPostmodernism)
ed. Andrew Ross
(Minn~apolis:
University of Min-
nesota Press,
1988),214-36
and
"Testimonio
and Postmodernism,"
Latin American
Perspectives 70
(Summer
1991): 15-31.
Resisting Postmodernity
I
A bibliography ofHutcheon's work, excluding the numerous and well-attended
conference lectures she has given, as well as widely circulated and programmatic
journal essays, includes
Narcissistic Narrative: The Metafictional Paradox (1980;
reprint, New York: Methuen,
1984); A Theory ofParody: The Teachings ofTwentieth-
Century Art Forms
(New York: Methuen,
1985); The Poetics ofPostmodernism: His-
tory) Theory) Fiction
(New York: Routledge,
1988); Canadian Postmodernism
(New
York: Oxford University Press,
1988); The Politics of Postmodernism
(New York:
Routledge,
1989);
and
Splitting Images: Contemporary Canadian Ironies
(New York:
Oxford University Press,
1991).
All quotations from
A Poetics ofPostmodernism
will
be hereafter cited parenthetically in the text.
2
For a useful essay outlining the various strains of literary postmodernism
in Europe and the United States, see Hans Bertens, "The Postmodern
UJeltan-
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