In this essay, Roberto Fernández Retamar outlines a vision for a revolutionary American culture based in a political and intellectual history that began with José . from Caliban and Other Essays Roberto Fernandez Retamar Translated by Edward Baker Foreword by Fredric Jameson This article appeared for the first time in. On the forty-fifth anniversary of the publication of Cuban writer Roberto Fernández Retamar’s influential polemic Calibán, this essay revisits the.
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Brett rated it liked it Feb 16, This lack of familiarity is but another proof of our subjection to the colonialist perspective of history that has been imposed on us, causing names, dates, circumstances, and truths to vanish from our consciousness. I don’t know who they are! Juan Jesus Payan rated it really liked it Aug 07, Sign In Forgot password?
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Roberto Fernandez Retamar — poet, essayist, and professor of philology at the University of Havana — has long served as the Cuban Revolution’s primary cultural and literary voice. Natural men have conquered the artificial men of learning. Since its publication in Cuba in’Caliban’ — the first and longest of the 5 essays in this book — has become a kind of manifesto for Latin American and Caribbean writers; its central figure, the rude savage of Shakespeare’s ‘Tempest,’ becomes in Retamar’s hands a powerful metaphor of their cultural situation — both its marginality and its revolutionary potential.
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These essays explore the topic of Latin American “culture”, placed in quotation marks to indicate the idea of a single culture being absurd. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add robedto three to Cart Add all three to List.
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