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Impotence: The Anatomy of a Passion, 1660-1800
Impotence: the Anatomy of a Passion, 1660-1800 discovers the generative potential of impotence within the eighteenth- century imagination: out of the looming threat of sterility and enervation, the eighteenth century ...
The music of silence: Neobaroque and exile in the narratives of Julio Cortazar
In The Music of Silence: Neobaroque and Exile in the Narratives of Julio Cortázar , I explore music's omnipresence in Cortázar's fiction. I examine the way he uses music-related cues in his novels and short stories to ...