Alliance(s): in Borges, 185, 188; as category,
105; between cultures, xiii; didactic,
124 –25, 231–33, 237, 244, 247, 250–51,
258, 260; of differences, 83–84; eco-
nomic, 146, 148, 161–62, 255, 260; be-
tween equals, 166, 174, 177; in Fausto,
224 –26; history of, xiii; limits of the,
xiii, 181–82; as logic of the genre, xi–
xiii, 29, 37, 57, 66, 84, 109–11, 137, 183,
203; military, 119, 142– 44, 146, 161, 223,
225, 255; between the oral and the writ-
ten, xi, 30, 53, 56–58, 109–10, 152, 172,
181, 183, 207, 214, 219, 236–37, 243, 251;
paternalistic, 165, 203; political, 119, 124,
135, 143, 146– 48, 150–52, 176, 207, 245,
255, 257–58; as rings, xi, 25–26, 56–58,
60, 84; sexual, 146, 150–52; system of,
104, 216, 224; of voices, xii–xiii, 152,
243. See also Culture; Gaucho; Gaucho
genre; Intonation; Resistance; Use;
Voice
Ascasubi, H., 29, 37–38, 95–97, 145, 148–
49, 155, 168, 207–9, 215, 218, 225, 243,
250; “La Refalosa” (“The Slippery
One”), 28–29, 66, 138– 49
Beverley, J., xv
Black(s), xii–xiii, 28, 90, 134, 160, 162,
166–69; and gauchos, 171–72, 182–83,
194 –95, 201, 236, 238, 247– 49
Borges, J.L., 27–29, 143, 189–97, 214; “A
Biography of Tadeo Isidoro Cruz,”
190–95, 197; “Death and the Compass,”
190; “Emma Zunz,” 190; “The End,” 28,
143, 168, 194 –96; Evaristo Carriego,
184 –90; “La fiesta del monstruo,” 28,
143, 146, 153; “The Secret Miracle,” 190;
“The South,” 190
Castañeda, F., 83, 93–95, 245– 47; and
Joyce, 98–100
Chomsky, N.: The Anarchist’s Universal
Grammar, 78–83, 85–87, 91–92, 104,
106
Cornejo Polar, A., xiv
Cultures: Argentine, 13; cultural identity,
xii–xiii, 182–86, 202; high-hegemonic,
3; learned (literate), xi, 117, 142, 218; nu-
clei of, 202; oral-popular: xi, 3, 115–17,
129–30, 134, 175–76, 180–81, 223–24,
226–27n.14, 245; relations between, xi,
xiii–xv, 177, 180–82, 205–7, 210–11, 216,
220–23, 225, 227, 243; transculturation,
xiv–xv. See also Alliance; Gaucho genre;
Intonation; Literature
Del Campo, E., 97, 100–102, 206, 213–14,
219, 225, 227; critical judgments on,
212–14 n.9; cultured poetry in, 217–18,
220; Fausto, 11–12, 26, 29, 37–39 n.35,
199–227; as parody of the genre, 202,
215–16, 218–20; as separation of litera-
ture and politics, 202, 209, 215, 219, 224
Frames: system of, 53–63, 172–73, 177, 215,
219–20
Future: book, xii–xiii, 29, 73–75, 231; as
category, 105; and genre, 75, 105, 260;
literature of, 29, 75, 233, 252, 259–60.
See also Literature
Gaucho(s): as Argentine man, 29, 41, 44,
183; courageous, 19, 130, 133, 151, 174,
254; definition of, 10, 20–21, 110, 133,
162; deserter, 172, 174, 178, 190, 243; divi-
sion of the, 21, 142, 162, 249; learned,
123–24, 128, 243– 44, 247; patriot, 9, 11,
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