Casey's Nineteenth Century and the Ciclón Project

Fowler-Calzada, Victor
July 2002
CR: The New Centennial Review;Summer2002, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p187
Academic Journal
The article analyzes the "Ciclón" journal project of Cuban writer Calvert Casey. It relates how the journal allows its readers to exercise the gaze that Casey cast on 19th century Cuba. Details of how Casey interpreted the gaze of a novelist are outlined. Information is presented on how a story by Humberto Rodríguez Tomeu entitled "Hojas de mi diario," published in the July 1995 issue of "Ciclón," allowed readers the possibility of exercising the gaze. It relates how the journal tackled the theme of homosexuality.


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