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    Hi Leo,

    Sorry -itís taken me a long time to reply to you; and thanks for your answer.

    Yes, ďThe Cambridge Companion to the Latin American NovelĒ seems to be quite close to what Iím looking...
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    I've probably read... well, everything or almost...

    I've probably read... well, everything or almost everything Borges wrote in prose, and yes, I've heard that kind of thing (Calvino -and several others- using Borges as the foundation of their...
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    Actually, I'm interested in a non-Latin American...

    Actually, I'm interested in a non-Latin American viewpoint -that is, an American/European (or African, or Asian) take on Latin American literature. I'd like to know what scholars in Cambridge,...
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    Hi Camilo, Thanks for your reply. Yes, I know...

    Hi Camilo,

    Thanks for your reply. Yes, I know them, I even have them; one of them is a book of short stories (apocryphal biographies you may call them), the other includes essays about various...
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    Latin American literature: a question.

    Hello everybody,

    First of all I'd like to say hi to everyone -this is my first posting (well, with exception of my self-introduction).

    I wonder if anybody can help me. I'm looking for a good...
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