Ambassadors of Culture The Transamerican Origins of Latino Writing

ISBN-10: 069105097X

ISBN-13: 9780691050973

Edition: 2002

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Description: Arguing that Latinos are not newcomers in the United States, this text documents a vast network of Spanish-language cultural activity in the 19th century United States canon and its historical contexts.

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Book details

List price: $39.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publication date: 12/23/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 6.25" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

My name is Cecilia Lietz. I am attending high school in Alberta, Canada. I am in grade eleven and have been writing scince grade seven. I am the youngest out 5 and I and currently trying to get my book on the go. I will be getting a job in the second semester along with my licence on my birthday.

Preface
Acknowledgments
"Alone with the Terrible Hurricane": The Occluded History of Transamerican Literature
Geografa Nueva: An Alternate History of the American World System
Citizen, Ambassador: Stations of Literary Representation
The Transamerican Archive: Poetry as Daily Practice
Vernacular Authorship, or the Imitator's Agency
The Chain of American Circumstance: From Niagara to Cuba to Panama
Meditations on Niagara: Transnational Pilgrims and the American Sublime
The Cuban Star over New York: Heredia's Translated Nationhood
Republics in Chains: From Bryant's Prairies to the Mexican Meseta
Vistas del Infierno: The Racial Dilemma of Maria del Occidente
Tasks of the Translator: Imitative Literature, the Catholic South, and the Invasion of Mexico
"A Mist of Lurid Light": Translation Practice in the Americas
Ecos de Mexico: Whittier, Longfellow, and the Case against Expansion
Converting Evangeline to Evangelina
In the Vernacular: Translation on the Border
The Mouth of a New Empire: New Orleans in the Transamerican Print Trade
New Orleans, Capital of the (Other) Nineteenth Century
The Fertile Crescent: Whitman's Immersion in the "Spanish Element"
Reading La Patria: Hispanophone Print Culture and the Annexation Question
Songs of the Exile: The Laud Poets and Quintero's Pearls
The Deep Roots of Our America: Two New Worlds, and Their Resistors
Diplomatic License: Pombo in New York
Staging Gender on the California Borderlands
Brave Mundo Nuevo: The Marketing of Transnational Spanish Culture
Most Faithful Fidel: Guillermo Prieto's Reconstruction Travelogue
CODA The Future's Past: Latino Ghosts in the U.S. Canon
Notes
Works Cited
Index
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