Beyond Bolano: The Global Latin American Novel (Literature Now)

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This is an outstanding example of scholarly writing and critical thinking. It challenges conventional ways of talking about and teaching Latin American literature, while at the same time resisting a facile globalization whereby Latin American literature a companion to the presumed centers of world literature. -- David William Foster, Regents' Professor of Spanish and Women and Gender Studies, Arizona State University A must-read for anyone interested in the ongoing discussion on world literature, using the work of Roberto Bolano as Ansatzpunkt to latinamericanize that discussion and to explore what contemporary Latin American literature can tell us about ideologies of the global" -- Theo D'haen, University of Leuven/Louvain, author of the Routledge Concise History of World Literature Hector Hoyos makes a strong argument for reading the novels of the Chilean author as an epochal shift from the national narrative to novels whose characters and events are situated within a global scenario. Borges can be said to have envisaged the grounding of the local within the global when he described "El Aleph," the tiny object in which the entire world is reflected. Professor Hoyos argues convincingly that in contemporary fiction, settings such as the supermarket, the art world, the narco territory constitute such alephs. Focusing on the novels of Cesar Aira, Chico Buarque, Diamela Eltit, Fernando Vallejo, and Mario Bellatin, Beyond Bolano offers a stimulating discussion of this contemporary turn. -- Jean Franco, Professor Emerita at Columbia University Hector Hoyos offers a fascinating analysis of what "the globe" looks like from Latin America. An ambitious and necessary reframing of the world literature debates, Beyond Bolano is also an exemplary illustration of what textured literary analysis can tell us about the the geopolitics of cultural prestige. -- David Kurnick, Rutgers University

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An outstanding example of scholarly writing and critical thinking. Beyond Bola o challenges conventional ways of talking about and teaching Latin American literature, while at the same time resisting a facile globalization whereby Latin American literature becomes a companion to the presumed centers of world literature. -- David William Foster, Arizona State University A must-read for anyone interested in the ongoing discussion on world literature, this book uses the work of Roberto Bola o to explore what contemporary Latin American literature can tell us about ideologies of the global. -- Theo D'haen, author of The Routledge Concise History of World Literature H ctor Hoyos makes a strong argument for reading the novels of the Chilean author as an epochal shift from the national narrative to novels whose characters and events are situated within a global scenario. He argues convincingly that in contemporary fiction, settings such as the supermarket, the art world, and the narco territories? constitute such alephs. Focusing on the novels of C sar Aira, Chico Buarque, Diamela Eltit, Fernando Vallejo, and Mario Bellatin, Beyond Bola o offers a stimulating discussion of this contemporary turn. -- Jean Franco, professor emerita, Columbia University H ctor Hoyos offers a fascinating analysis of what "the globe" looks like from Latin America. An ambitious and necessary reframing of the world literature debates, Beyond Bola o is also an exemplary illustration of what textured literary analysis can tell us about the the geopolitics of cultural prestige. -- David Kurnick, Rutgers University Chris Andrews writes very fine prose... This book isn't just a translator's homage to his author (Andrews's affection for Bolano is obvious but does not interfere with his analysis) but an exceptional work of scholarship. The Australian

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