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  • 27 Sep 2022
    Daniel Noemi Voionmaa

    Spies, Writers, and the Cold War in Latin America

    What was the impact of surveillance on writers? If a writer is under surveillance by secret police agents, and he or she knows it, does that change what he or she wrote? Would the literature be a reply, a repudiation, an angry answer to the surveillance? During the Cold war years, in several Latin American […]

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  • 21 Mar 2022
    Roanne Kantor

    South Asian Writers, Latin American Literature, and the Rise of Global English

    I have the great honor of inaugurating a new series on World Literature at Cambridge University Press. Long, long ago, before I ever dreamed of writing such a book, I was introduced to the debates on world literature through Susan Sontag’s 2005 essay “The World as India.”  At the time, I was very much not […]

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