Adorno, Theodor, 91
Agosti, Brig. Gen. Orlando, 125
Alienation: and colonization, 35; and
modernity, 33-35; in Rayuela, 29-30,
36-4°,38-41,
52, 56-59, 63-64;re-
introduced in Latin American mo-
dernity, 72-75; struggle against in
Cuban revolution, 68
Allende, Salvador, 165
Alter, Robert, 80
Althusser, Louis, 10, 175 n. 10
Appiah, K. Anthony, 37
Aramburu, Gen. Pedro, 108
Arditi, Benjamin,
I I,
15-16, 170
Argentina: economic history of, 102-4;
intellectuals in, 25, 72; left resistance
in, 24, 86-87, 100-17
Barnet, Miguel, 25
Bataille, George, 4
I
Baudrillard, Jean, 174 n.8
Bello, Andres, 30, 36-37
Bergquist, Charles, 103-4
Boom (narrative), 24-26
Borges, Jorge Luis, 23, 48, 132
Brunner, Jose Joaquin, 16
Butler, Judith, 171
Campora, Hector,
I
10
Capitalism: and alienation, 33-35; de-
velopment of, 8-13, 16, 116; "flex-
ible," 114, 145-48; "late," 5-10,
I I
1-
14
Carpentier, Alejo, 6, 30, 40
Castro, Fidel, 35, 68, 95
221
Index
Citation (cita): in Latin American liter-
ary history, 46-48; in Respiraci6n ar-
tificial, 132-44
Clinton, Bill, 165
Cockroft, James, 121
Cooke, Dr. John William, 107-8
Cortazar, Julio: and Antonin Artaud,
183 n.35; and Georges Bataille, 184
n.63; and Cuban Revolution, 25;
Rayuela, 27-75
Culture, 30, 38. See also Language
Dallenbach, Lucien, 80
Debray, Regis, 68
de Certeau, Michel, 47
Deleuze, Gilles, 40, 60, 187 n.8, 190 n.6
de Man, Paul, 80
Democracy, 14,68, 116-17, 166
Dependency Theory, 9, 12-14,46
Dorfman, Ariel, 128
D'Souza, Dinesh, 163
Eroticism, 40-41
Escobar, Arturo,
I I,
13-14
Ethics, 52-53, 62-64
Ezeiza Airport Massacre, 100-
I,
110-
11,150
Feinmann,Jose Pablo, 156
Fernandez Retamar, Roberto, 26, 30,
48
Foucault, Michel, 127, 130
Franco, Jean, 26, 70, 172
Freud, Sigmund, 54-55, 59
Fuentes, Carlos, 26
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