Table of contents for The imagined island : history, identity, and utopia in Hispaniola / Pedro L. San Miguel ; translated by Jane Ramírez.

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Introduction: A Kind of Sacred Writing 1
The Imagined Colony: Historical Visions of Colonial Santo Domingo 00
Racial Discourse and National Identity: Haiti in the Dominican Imaginary 00
The Island of Forking Paths: Jean Price-Mars and the History of Hispaniola 000
Storytelling the Nation: Memory, History, and Narration in Juan Bosch 000
Notes 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Dominican Republic -- Historiography.
Haiti -- Historiography.
Haiti -- Foreign public opinion, Dominican.
Intellectuals -- Dominican Republic -- Attitudes.
Public opinion -- Dominican Republic.
Hispaniola -- Race relations.
Bosch, Juan, 1909-.
Politics and literature.
Literature and history.