Romance Review

ISSN 1524-7112
Graduate Student Literary Review
Romance Languages and Literatures
Boston College

Volume XIII, 2003

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Relación de las cosas de Yucatán y el surgimiento de la identidad proto-criolla en la colonia.
Isabel Castro-Vázquez, Florida State University

Etude sur l'imaginaire baudelairien du mouvement dans Le Spleen de Paris et Le peintre de la vie moderne.
Adriana Chimu, Harvard University

Il lettore, l'autore e la problematica dell' autobiografia del Settecento
Gabriele Del Rossi, Boston College

L'île et une nuit de Daniel Maximin: Ecriture d'écriture.
Sabrina Draï, University of Miami

The violent narration of "pure" Spain: National identity and treason in Reinvindicación del conde don Julián by Juan Goytisolo.
Margaret Gates Frohlich, SUNY at Stony Brook

Linguistic and Cultural Nomadism: Nancy Huston and the Case of the Bilingual Subject.
Katharine Harrington, Brown University

De la utopia fracasada a la formulación utópica en las "nuevas escrituras": el problema del Estado-Nación y el caso Cuba.
Gisela Heffes, Yale University

Les Fourberies de Scapin e Il servitore di due padroni: Scaltrezza Linguistica o Prontezza di Spirito.
Lidia Radi, Rutgers University

Language and tropisms: the Verbal Representation of Subjectivity in the Work of Nathalie Sarraute.
Livia Tutuc, Princeton University

La prefiguracíon de Dios: conciencia de escritura en Bioy Casares.
Alberto Villate, Boston College

Through a foggy lens: Perec's borrowing of Balzac's brouillard.
Priya Wadhera, Columbia University



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