La escritura fetichizadora de Antonio José Ponte

January 2009
Revista de Estudios Hispanicos;ene2009, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p93
Academic Journal
The article discusses the literary work of Cuban author Antonio José Ponte and its relationship to the post-Soviet period of Cuban history known as "Período Especial en Tiempos de Paz." The author explores the ideological and cultural referenciality in several of Ponte's works including "Las comida profundas," "Cuentos de todas partes del imperio" and "La fiesta vigilada." He also describes the social and ideological conditions in Cuba during the 1990s and comments on literary and artistic production during the period.


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