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"Why did they take down the pictures?": conspicuous absences and "la historia de algo más" in Roberto Bolaño's Estrella Distante.

Gonçalves Miranda, Rui

Authors

Rui Gonçalves Miranda rui.miranda@nottingham.ac.uk



Contributors

Adam Sharman
Editor

Milena Grass Kleiner
Editor

Anna Maria Lorusso
Editor

Sandra Savoini
Editor

Publication Date Jun 15, 2017
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Issue 10
Series Title Studies in post-conflict cultures
Book Title MemoSur/MemoSouth: memory, commemoration and trauma in post-dictatorship Argentina and Chile
ISBN 9781905510504
Institution Citation Gonçalves Miranda, R. (2017). "Why did they take down the pictures?": conspicuous absences and "la historia de algo más" in Roberto Bolaño's Estrella Distante. In M. Grass Kleiner, A. Sharman, A. M. Lorusso, & S. Savoini (Eds.), MemoSur/MemoSouth: memory, commemoration and trauma in post-dictatorship Argentina and ChileCritical, Cultural and Communications Press
Keywords Roberto Bolaño, Estrella Distante, Roman Polanski, Rosemary's Baby
Memory
Post-dictatorship
Chilean literature
Copyright Statement Copyright information regarding this work can be found at the following address: http://eprints.nottingh.../end_user_agreement.pdf

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