Carlos Fuentes | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Anthony Julio Ciccone

This literature criticism consists of approximately 24 pages of analysis & critique of Carlos Fuentes.
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Critical Essay by Anthony Julio Ciccone

SOURCE: "The Supernatural Persistence of the Past in Los días enmascarados [The Masked Days] by Carols Fuentes," in Latin American Literary Review, Vol. III, No. 6, Spring/Summer, 1975, pp. 37-48.

In the following essay, Ciccone focuses on three of Fuentes 's stories from Los días enmascarados in order to discuss the author's treatment of temporality and the supernatural

Carlos Fuentes, the brilliantly successful Mexican author, is a novelist, playwright and short-story writer. In the period of fifteen years, 1949-64, he wrote seventeen shorter narratives. Besides his two collections, Los días enmascarados (1954) [The Masked Days] and Cantar de ciegas (1964) [Song of the Blind], he published four uncollected stories: "Pastel rancio" ["Rancid Pastry"], "Pantera en jazz" ["Panther in Jazz"], "El muñeco&#x...

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