Color Del Verano o Nuevo Jard�n de Las Delicias

ISBN-10: 0140157190

ISBN-13: 9780140157192

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List price: $24.00
Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
Publication date: 6/1/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 496
Size: 5.00" wide x 7.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

The novel The Ill-fated Peregrinations of Fray Servando recreates in a poetic style, in which time, space, and character move on multiple planes of fantasy and reality, the life of Fray Servando Teresa de Mier, a Mexican priest famous for his hatred of the Spaniards. Mier denied even that the Spaniards had brought Christianity to the New World. Arenas begins with a letter to the friar: "Ever since I discovered you in an execrable history of Spanish literature, described as the friar who had traveled over the whole of Europe on foot having improbable adventures; I have tried to find out more about you." In a meditation on the nature of fiction, Arenas discovers that he and Servando are the same person, and author and character become one.

Andrew Hurley is a professor of history at the University of Missouri, St. Louis. Hurley is the author of Environmental Inequalities: Class, Race and Industrial Pollution in Gary, Indiana, 1945-1980 and Common Fields: An Environmental History of St. Louis.

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A Tongue Twister (1)
"HM, top, seeking same..."
In the Monster Men's Room
A Tongue Twister (2)
Painting
The Seven Major Categories of Queenhood
Fairies on the Beach
A Prayer
A Letter
A Walking Tour Through Old Havana in the Company of Alejo Sholekhov
Buses or Turtles?
Oscar Flies by Night
A Journey to Holguin
A Journey to the Moon
A Tongue Twister (3)
Before Undertaking a Long Journey
Hell Hath No Fury Like a Fairy Spurned
A Journey by Train
The Story
A Tongue Twister (4)
Virgilio Pinera Reads His Evanescent Poems
For Bosch, She Noshes
Some Unsettling Questions
A Tongue Twister (5)
In the Monster Men's Room
A Tour of Inspection
Rosa's Little Pink Slippers, the Magic Ring, and the Seven-League Swim Fins
The Story
A Tongue Twister (6)
A Letter
Medicinal Immersions
A Tongue Twister (7)
The Party Begins
The Lock Queen
A Tongue Twister (8)
Nouveaux Pensees de Pascal, ou Pensees d'Enfer
The Super-Skewer
The Three Weird Sisters, Plus One
The Guest in Distress
The Death of Lezama
A Tongue Twister (9)
St. Nelly
The Story
A Tongue Twister (10)
The Four Major Categories of Tops
A Dying Mother
Crucifuckingfixion
The Anglo-Campesina
The Key to the Gulf
The Electric Venus
Coco Salas' Secret
A Tongue Twister (11)
The Seven Wonders of Cuban Socialism
In the Library
A Clarification by the Three Weird Sisters
A Scream in the Night (Though It Was Bright as Day)
A Tongue Twister (12)
Stool Pigeons
Foreword
A Tongue Twister (13)
The Condesa de Merlin
Impossible Dreams
At the Exit to El Morro Castle
Farewell to the Sea
Jose Lezama Lima's Lecture
A Tongue Twister (14)
A Letter
The Areopagite
A Tongue Twister (15)
Forbidden Costumes
The Areopagite's Story
A Tongue Twister (16)
A Fugitive's Toccata and Fugue
A Journey to the Moon
A Tongue Twister (17)
Monkeyshines
In El Morro Castle
The Story
A Tongue Twister (18)
The Confession of H. Puntilla
Skunk in a Funk
A Tongue Twister (19)
That Earthshaking Coupling
A Tongue Twister (20)
A Letter
The Death of Virgilio Pinera
A Tongue Twister (21)
The Trials and Tribulations of Young Teodoro Tampon
A Tongue Twister (22)
A Portrait of Luisa Perez de Zambrana
A Tongue Twister (23)
Clara's Hole
A Tongue Twister (24)
The Grand Oneirical Theological Political Philosophical Satirical Conference
A Prayer
A Tongue Twister (25)
The Garden of Computers
A Tongue Twister (26)
Ass-Wiggling and Backside-Swinging
A Tongue Twister (27)
The Dual Nature of the [Genius, Tyrant]
In the Monster Men's Room
A Tongue Twister (28)
The Lady of the Veil
Ass-Wiggling
A Tongue Twister (29)
The Elevation of the Holy Hammer
The Burial of Virgilio Pinera
The Departure
A Tongue Twister (The Last One)
Clara in Flames
Pandemonium
Message in a Bottle
The Story
Afterword
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