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Aguilar, Ricardo

Editorial: Ediciones Pajaro Cascabel, Mexico, 1975
Condición: Near Fine Encuadernación de tapa blanda
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Some yellowing to covers otherwise contents PRISTINE with just trace of shelf wear to covers. RARE 'border poet' - early example of chicano who lived in El Paso and published in Mexico in Spanish. A LONG, INTIMATE LETTER, signed, about his work is included with the book as well as a nice inscription in the book by the author. The letter and book were presented to an American scholar of modern Hispanic literature, Robert Herran. Here is a critical commentary on Aguilar's significance as a 'border' poet. ".the work of the late border author and critic Ricardo Aguilar (1947–2004) in light of contemporary autobiographical criticism. A native of the Ciudad Juarez-El Paso, Texas area, Aguilar was a narrator, poet, translator, essayist, and academic. Considered by some critics as a Chicano writer, his work in my view provides a clear example of the trials and tribulations of border literature on both sides of “la linea” [the divide]. My reading suggests that Aguilar’s literary and critical work, and in particular A barlovento (1999) included in his border trilogy, Que es un soplo la vida (2004), follows what some critics have called autobiographical acts. Rather than emerging from individual and private loci of enunciation, autobiographical acts in Aguilar’s works become textualities that establish a dialogue between a fragmented “I,” the border as a social space, and a collective historical record. In an unpublished paper titled “Life as Fiction, Fiction as Life”— perhaps his last academic reflection—Aguilar critiques in particular Paul de Man’s classic article “Autobiography as De-Facement.” To provide continuity to this unfinished conversation, I will try to establish an exchange between Aguilar’s reflections and Paul de Man’s contentions, particularly as mediated by Jacques Derrida in his theoretical epitaph Memoires for Paul de Man. N° de ref. de la librería ABE-8879495867

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Editorial: Ediciones Pajaro Cascabel, Mexico

Año de publicación: 1975

Encuadernación: Soft cover

Condición del libro:Near Fine

Ejemplar firmado: Inscribed by Author(s)

Edición: 1st Edition

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