ガウチョ詩の考察(英訳)<br>The Gaucho Genre : A Treatise on the Motherland

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ガウチョ詩の考察(英訳)
The Gaucho Genre : A Treatise on the Motherland

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 264 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780822328445
  • DDC分類 860.9352636

基本説明

Translated by Molly Weigel. Hailed when first published im Spanish in 1988 as one of the best contemporary examples of Latin American critical thought, this book portrays the emergence of gaucho poetry as an urgent encounter of subaltern and hegemonic discourses.

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Hailed when first published in Spanish in 1988 as one of the best contemporary examples of Latin American critical thought, Josefina Ludmer's El genero gauchesco describes the emergence of gaucho poetry-which uses the voice of the cowboy of the Argentine pampas for political purposes-as an urgent encounter of popular and elite tradition, of subaltern and hegemonic discourses. Molly Weigel's translation captures the original's daringly innovative literary flavor, making available for the first time in English a book that opened a new arena in Latin American cultural history.By examining the formation of a genre whose origins predated the consolidation of Argentina as a nation-state but that gained significance only after the country's independence, Ludmer elucidates the relationship of literature to the state, as well as the complex positionings of gender within the struggle for independence. She develops a sociological investigation of "outsider" culture through close textual analyses of works by Hidalgo, Ascasubi, Del Campo, Hernandez, Sarmiento, and Borges. This inquiry culminates in the assertion that language, marked as it is by the collisions of high and low culture, constitutes the central issue of Latin American modernization and modernism. Extensive annotation renders this edition of Ludmer's seminal study easily accessible for a North American audience.The Gaucho Genre's far-reaching implications will make it valuable reading for a varied audience. While teachers and students of Latin American literature and criticism will find it an important resource, it will also interest those concerned with the processes of nation-building or in the complex intersections of dominant and marginal voices.

Table of Contents

Prologue to the second Spanish edition             xi
Acknowledgments: On the Side of the Gift xvii
The Body of the Genre and Its Borders Essay 1 (106)
toward the Construction of a Context and a
System of Objects
I. On the Side of Use 3 (74)
The two chains 5 (1)
Laws 5 (1)
Wars 6 (3)
Sarmiento and the words of exterior space 9 (9)
The heart of the historic space of the
genre
The word ``gaucho'' in the voice of the 18 (7)
gaucho: the interior space An exercise
with the dictionary
First outline of the genre 25 (4)
The top and bottom margins of the genre 29 (15)
Literary revolutions and two definitions
of the gaucho as Argentine man
Hidalgo's transparency is the 44 (33)
distribution of voices
II. On the Side of the Master, on the Side 77 (30)
of the Gift
``A small preliminary cruise toward a 77 (1)
reconnaissance of the Joyce archipelago''
On the island: a study on montage 77 (30)
Challenge and Lament, the Intonations of the 107 (92)
Motherland
Inside the internal space of the genre 109 (1)
Four definitions of the genre and its 109 (2)
internal space
And four formulas for the intonations 111 (2)
The preludes or the code of the 113 (1)
intonations
The patriotic singer's challenge 114 (7)
Lament of the learned patriot 121 (8)
The logic of the singer 129 (9)
The challenges (on the side of use) 138 (1)
The first fiesta of the monster 138 (16)
Two more challenges with throat-cutting 154 (8)
The challenges of the thug 162 (8)
The laments (on the side of the gift) 170 (1)
La ida, technical details and notes 170 (14)
Intonations and codes in Borges 184 (1)
The separation of intonations in Evaristo 184 (1)
Carriego
Borges before the law 184 (15)
In the Inferno's Paradise The Argentine 199 (30)
Fausto A Pastiche of Literary Criticism
I 201 (8)
II 209 (20)
Pact and Motherland The Trickery of 229 (32)
Hernandez's Professor's Curandera
The book of the pact 231 (2)
Penitence in the margins: two 233 (1)
incorrigibles
A national language lesson and a game 233 (1)
with institutions
External inclusions 233 (5)
Internal exclusions 238 (4)
Who educates 242 (1)
A review 242 (10)
The word/voice (of) ``Picardia'' and the 252 (236)
literature of the future
Index 261