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Celestina’s Brood: Continuities of the Baroque in Spanish and Latin American Literature
Roberto González Echevarría
Duke University Press
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Socrates Among the Weeds: Blacks and History in Carpentier’s El siglo de las luces
1993. "Socrates Among the Weeds: Blacks and History in Carpentier’s El siglo de las luces", Celestina’s Brood: Continuities of the Baroque in Spanish and Latin American Literature, Roberto González Echevarría
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