Additional Resources for Axolotl by Julio Cortázar

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Alazraki, Jaime, and Ivan Ivask, eds. The Final Island.Norman. University of Oklahoma Press, 1978.

The Final Island is a collection of essays, including two by Cortazar himself, about the role of magic as it works alongside what appears to be realism in

Cortazar's fiction The essays are helpful, though advanced and complex in language and concept Garfield, Evelyn Picon "An Encounter With Julio Cortazar " In her Julio Cortazar, pp. 1-11 New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., 1975

Garfield begins and ends her study with personal interviews she conducted with Cortazar at his home in Provence, France. An invaluable guide to Cortazar's philosophies, his preferences, and even his nightmares, which illuminate much of the symbolism found in his work Neyenesch, John G. "On This Side of the Glass: An Analysis of Cortazar's 'Axolotl'," in The Contemporary Latin-American Short Story, edited by Rose S. Mine, Senda Nueva De Ediciones...

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