I N D E X
Abortion, 46, 123, 290–91n. 30, 291n. 39
Abraham, Tomas, ´ 34
Academia, in the United States, 109–18
Achugar, Hugo, 12, 191
Addictive voices, 196–207
Adorno, Theodor, 288n. 7
Adriazola, Teresa. See Hernandez,
´
Elvira
Aerea, ´ 226
Aesthetics, 232, 287n. 10; of bodies and lo
popular, 207–17; citation and, 55, 208;
difference and, 12; focus on, 136–37; gen-
der and, 272; intellectuals and, 123–24;
of reference, 186, 187; representation
and, 131–39
Agency, individual, 33–34, 112, 147–48
Agresti, Alejandro, 16
Aguas Aereas ´ (Perlongher), 72
aids, 193–94, 247, 295n. 12
Aira, Cesar: ´ on binary thought processes,
94–103; Como ´ me hice monja, 94, 99–102;
El sueno, ˜ 296n. 32; on gendered writing as
political representation, 73, 83; La liebre,
94, 95–98, 294n. 7; La Serpiente, 102–3;
on narrators, 296–97n. 33; on sexual
economies in literature, 16; symbols uti-
lized by, 296n. 32; Una novela china, 145
Alambres (Perlongher), 72
Alarcon,
´
Norma, 112
Alberdi, Juan Bautista, 57
Alfonsın, ´ Raul,
´
4
Alianza Party, 34
Allegory, 68, 70–72, 94, 98, 180
Allende, Isabel, 131–34, 136, 298n. 11
All Passion Spent (Sackville-West), 298n. 15
Altamirano, Carlos, 289n. 10
A media asta (Berenguer), 65–66, 219, 282–
84
Anderson, Benedict, 186, 299n. 4
Anderson, Margaret, 170
‘‘Andes adentro’’ (Brito), 279
Androgyny, 67, 270
Animaciones suspendidas (Carrera), 74–75, 141
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