By Marvin A. Lewis
In this publication, Lewis examines the shape and content material relationships among works released in the course of various literary classes and pursuits. Emphasis is put on Ortiz’s transition from the neighborhood to the foreign in each one style, and the theoretical procedure is “eclectic,” based upon the exigencies of the texts. Ecocriticism, post-colonialism, post-modernism, and different methodologies addressing the surroundings, place/displacement, identification, and historiographic metafiction are basic to the Lewis’ readings of Ortiz’s prose and poetry.
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Adalberto Ortiz: From Margin to Center (New Directions in Africana Studies) by Marvin A. Lewis