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Medusa's gaze' is used as a metaphor for the petrifying power of the Baroque as a weapon of European dominance. Arroja nueva luz sobre las crónicas que el novelista cubano escribió sobre la arquitectura barroca - tanto le impresionó ésta a Carpentier durante su estancia en España en la Guerra Civil que se convirtió en fuente de inspiración constante de su obra posterior.

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Carpentier's Baroque Fiction. by Steve Wakefield. Published November 2004 by Tamesis Books.

Seeing and writing : the archaeology of Carpentier's baroque The petrification of desire in El reino de este mundo . All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Carpentier's baroque fiction : returning Medusa's gaze, Steve Wakefield.

Seeing and writing : the archaeology of Carpentier's baroque The petrification of desire in El reino de este mundo The metamorphosis of the baroque in Los pasos perdidos A forest of columns in 'La ciudad de las columnas' and El acoso Preposterous history and impossible revolution in El siglo de las luces Baroque concert and disconcert after the revolution.

Carpentier's Baroque Fiction: Returning Medusa's Gaze. This study focuses on one of the first novelists to introduce a version of magical realism and the neo-baroque into Latin American fiction. Carpentier's Baroque Fiction: Returning Medusa's Gaze. Great Britain: The Cromwell Press, 2004. Great Britain: The Cromwell Press, 2004 (Baroque style) Katie322 (talk) 02:33, 20 January 2010 (UTC). Webb, Barbara J. Myth & History in Caribbean Fiction: Alejo Carpentier, Wilson Harris & Edouard Glissant. USA: University of Massachusets Press, 1992. biography, analysis).

Wakefield, Steve (2004), Capentier's Baroque Fiction: Returning Medusa's gaze, Great Britain: The Cromwell Press, ISBN . Wakefield, Steve (2004) Carpentier's Baroque fiction : Returning Medusa's Gaze, Tamesis Books, ISBN 978-1-85566-107-3

Wakefield, Steve (2004), Capentier's Baroque Fiction: Returning Medusa's gaze, Great Britain: The Cromwell Press, ISBN 978-1-85566-107-3. Shaw, Donald (1985), Alejo Carpentier, Boston, MA: Twayne Publishers P. Further reading. Wakefield, Steve (2004) Carpentier's Baroque fiction : Returning Medusa's Gaze, Tamesis Books, ISBN 978-1-85566-107-3. Webb, Barbara (1992) Myth and History in Caribbean Fiction : Alejo Carpentier, Wilson Harris, and Edouard Glissant, Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press. Young, Richard E. (1983) Carpentier, El reino de este mundo.

Carpentier returned to Cuba and continued to work as a journalist at the . fiction : Alejo Carpentier, Wilson Harris, and Edouard Glissant, Barbara Webb.

Carpentier returned to Cuba and continued to work as a journalist at the outbreak of World War I. Carpentier was struggling with cancer as he completed his final novel and he died in Paris on April 24, 1980. 1992 Alejo Carpentier, the pilgrim at home, Roberto González Echevarría, 1990 Alejo Carpentier (Twayne World Author's Series), Donald Leslie Shaw. 1985 Alejo Carpentier : bibliographical guide, Roberto González Echevarría. 1983 Carpentier, El reino de este mundo, Richard A Young. 1983 Carpentier, Los pasos perdidos, Verity Smith. 1983 Alchemy of a hero : a comparative.

A Companion to Magical Realism Monografías A. Wendy Moreira.

This study focuses on one of the first novelists to introduce a version of magical realism and the neo-baroque into Latin American fiction. Original research colours eyewitness accounts of Alejo Carpentier's travels through Spain before and during the Spanish Civil War and the inspiration that he drew from the Baroque architecture he encountered there. The origins of Carpentier's uniquely 'baroque' style are found in his endeavour to create a period ambience in his historical fictions through descriptions of visual arts and architectural settings, and parodies of the literary style of Spanish Golden Age writers. 'Medusa's gaze' is used as a metaphor for the petrifying power of the Baroque as a weapon of European dominance. By wielding the same weapon in an act of postcolonial defiance, Carpentier enabled a reassertion of Latin American culture, and laid the foundations for the 1960s 'Boom' in the Latin American novel. STEVE WAKEFIELD is Visiting Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales, Australia
Carpentier's Baroque Fiction: Returning Medusa's Gaze (Monografías A) download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Steve Wakefield
ISBN: 1855661071
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Tamesis Books; 1st edition (November 11, 2004)
Pages: 228 pages