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COMPANION TO MAGICAL REALISM edited by Stephen Hart & Wen-chin Ouyang 01: Introduction: 'Globalization of Magical Realism: New Politics of Aesthetics': Stephen M. Hart (UCL) and Wen-chin Ouyang (SOAS) Section I: Genealogies, Myths, Archives 02: Introduction 03: 'Swords and Silver Rings: Magical Objects in the Work of Jorge Luis Borges and Gabriel García M rquez': Lois Parkinson Zamora (University of Houston) 04:'The Presence of Myth in Borges, Carpentier, Asturias, Rulfo and García M rquez': Donald Shaw (University of Virginia) 05: 'The Earth as Archive in Bombal, Parra, Asturias and Rulfo' Julia King & Stephen M. Hart (UCL) 06: 'Alejo Carpentier's Re-invention of América Latina as Real and Marvellous': Jason Wilson (UCL) 07: 'The Golden Age Myth in Gabriel García M rquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude and Ovid's Metamorphoses': Lorna Robinson (University of Oxford) 08. 'Lessons from the Golden Age in Gabriel García M rquez's Living to Tell the Tale': Efraín Kristal (UCLA) Section II: History, Nightmare, Fantasy 09: Introduction 10: 'History and the Fantastic in José Saramago's Fiction': David Henn (UCL) 11: 'Magical-Realist Elements in José Eustasio Rivera's The Vortex': Humberto Núñez-Faraco (UCL) 12: 'Beyond Magical Realism in The Red of His Shadow by Marya Montero': Alejandra Rengifo (University of Michigan) 13: 'Cops, Robbers, and Anarcho-terrorists: Crime and Magical Realism's Jewish Question': Michael Berkowitz (UCL) 14: 'Flights of Fancy: Angela Carter's Transgressive Narratives': Sarah Sceats (Kingston University) Section III: The Politics of Magic 15: Introduction 16: 'Humour and Magical Realism in El reino de este mundo': Evelyn Fishburn (UCL) 17: 'Magical Realism and Children's Literature: Isabel Allende's La Ciudad de las Bestias': Philip Swanson (University of Sheffield) 18. 'Unsavoury Representations in Laura Esquivel's Like Water for Chocolate': Helene Price (UCL) 19: 'Not so Innocent - An Israeli Tale of Subversion: Dorit Rabinyan's Persian Brides', Tsila Ratner (UCL) 20. 'Magical Realism as Ideology: Narrative Evasions in the Work of Nakagami Kenji': Mark Morris (University of Cambridge) 21: 'Legend, Fantasy and the Birth of the New in "Los funerales de la Mam Grande" by Gabriel García M rquez': Robin Fiddian (University of Oxford) Section IV: Empire, Nation, Magic 22: Introduction: 23: 'Magical Nationalism, Lyric Poetry and the Marvellous: W.B. Yeats and Seamus Heaney': Jonathan Allison (University of Kentucky) 24: 'Empire and Tribal Magic in a Tuareg Epic: Ibrahim al-Kuni's Lunar Eclipse': Stefan Sperl (SOAS) 25. 'Magical Realism and Nomadic Writing in the Maghreb': John Erickson (University of Kentucky) 26: 'Of Numerology and Butterflies: Magical Realism in Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses': Stephanie Jones (Open University) 27: 'From The Thousand and One Nights to Magical Realism: Postnational Predicament in The Journey of Little Ghandi by Elias Khoury': Wen-chin Ouyang (SOAS) 28: Guide to Further Reading: Stephen Hart and Kenneth Reeds 29: Selected Bibliography: Stephen Hart
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Spanish American fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Magic realism (Literature).