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The Resource The author in the office : narrative writing in twentieth-century Argentina and Uruguay, Paul R. Jordan

The author in the office : narrative writing in twentieth-century Argentina and Uruguay, Paul R. Jordan

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The author in the office : narrative writing in twentieth-century Argentina and Uruguay
Title
The author in the office
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narrative writing in twentieth-century Argentina and Uruguay
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Paul R. Jordan
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  • Narrative writing in twentieth-century Argentina and Uruguay
  • Narrative writing in 20th century Argentina and Uruguay
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eng
Summary
Office-based writers from both sides of the River Plate chronicle the twentieth century
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
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Colección Támesis. Serie A: Monografías
Series volume
226
The author in the office : narrative writing in twentieth-century Argentina and Uruguay, Paul R. Jordan
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The author in the office : narrative writing in twentieth-century Argentina and Uruguay, Paul R. Jordan
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7722/j.ctt9qdp5b
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-232) and index
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Contents
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 1. Introduction: Writing in and of the Era of the Typewriter; 2. Office Life in 1920s' Buenos Aires and Montevideo: Visions of Purgatory; 3. The 1930s: From Social Criticism to Creative Disillusion; 4. Mario Benedetti: Uruguay, the Office Republic; 5. 1940s' Argentina: From Alienation to Bureaucratic Nightmare; 6. Argentine Bureaucracy from the 1950s to the 1970s: The Enemy within; 7. Uruguay from the 1960s: Bureaucracies of the Absurd; Conclusion: Globalisation and the Writer-functionary; SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX
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