Revising Juan the Landless

Context N°22 I have always rejected the term “experimental” in relation to my novels following Marks of Identity. Every work that aspires to be innovative does just that, experiment, but its contribution to the tree of literature can’t be reduced Read on! →

Vol. IV, #2 Juan Goytisolo / Ishmael Reed

Julio Ortega, “An Interview with Juan Goytisolo” Juan Goytisolo, “A Cervantine Reading of Three Trapped Tigers“ Juan Goytisolo, “Literature Pursued by Politics” Juan Goytisolo, “Language, Ideal Beauty, and Effective Reality” Juan Goytisolo, “Vicissitudes of Mudejarism: Juan Ruiz, Cervantes, Galdos” Luigi Read on! →

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Larva: Midsummer Night’s Babel

First published in Spain in 1983 and proclaimed “an instant postmodern classic, without a doubt the most disturbingly original Spanish prose of the century” (Encyclopedia Britannica 1985 Book of the Year), Larva is a rollicking account of a masquerade… Read on! →

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Larva: Midsummer Night’s Babel

First published in Spain in 1983 and proclaimed “an instant postmodern classic, without a doubt the most disturbingly original Spanish prose of the century” (Encyclopedia Britannica 1985 Book of the Year), Larva is a rollicking account of a masquerade… Read on! →