A Tale of Three Cities: Urban Space in the Crack Novels (1995–1997) View Full Text


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DATE

2018-06-30

AUTHORS

Tomás Regalado-López

ABSTRACT

In 1994, Mexico entered the North American Free Trade Agreement, and the result was the establishment of neoliberal policies that altered in a significant way the social, political and economic environment. These changes were widely reflected in a new urban landscape. The Crack was the prominent group in Mexican narrative during the nineties, and its novels portrayed these urban changes in an apocalyptic tone. Regalado-López evaluates the apocalyptic representation of the city in three novels, La paz de los sepulcros by Jorge Volpi (1995), Memoria de los días by Pedro Ángel Palou (1995) and El día del hurón by Ricardo Chávez Castañeda (1997). The points of departure are bibliographic sources on the concepts of the Latin American city, urban transformation and studies on contemporary Mexican literature. More... »

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67-91

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TITLE

Urban Spaces in Contemporary Latin American Literature

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978-3-319-92437-3
978-3-319-92438-0

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