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Objective: to identify in the scientific literature factors that hinder exclusive breastfeeding. Development: This is an integrative literature review, which took place between June and July in the Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO) and in the databases: Latin American Literature of the Caribbean in Health Sciences (LILACS) and Bases de...
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While books and bodies have been rendered passive, controllable and docile by the phallogocentric discourse of coloniality in the Latin American context, the same may seemingly happen with a demure reading by a Indian Hispanist of its literature and culture as a fixed narrative within a prescribed 'habitus' of the so-called Latin American. The pres...
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The gothic genre in Latin American literature has been the object of fashionable interest in recent decades and seems to absorb all the elements of the politically correct agenda; however, in the current trend of absolute presentism that seems regular in the critics, it is not taken into account that there exists a previous tradition more or less c...
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Objectives: To show how to prevent puerperal endometritis. Methodology: This is an integrative literature review with a descriptive and exploratory approach, carried out from October 2022 to December 2022 based on a bibliographic survey in the scientific databases of virtual health libraries: Latin American Literature and Caribbean Health Sciences...
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Resumen El siguiente artículo analiza el estado actual de la perspectiva de redes intelectuales, especialmente en el cruce con los estudios literarios en América Latina. Partiendo de sus primeros trabajos, discute las mentadas estabilidad y transdisciplinariedad del campo de estudio, proponiendo un corpus de referencia para las estructuras de socia...
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The present article adds to the growing literature on the publication of Machado de Assis in English translation. Along with the classic problems inherent in translation, such as word choice and meaning, there are issues regarding copyright and publicity: the right to print and the means of promoting and selling books, both crucial to the story of...
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The Intensive Care Units (ICU) were developed to provide assistance to people in critical condition, being reformulated by the National Humanization Policy (PNH), also called HumanizaSUS, reorganizing health care practices, in order to consider the uniqueness, the multidimensionality and the social context of the patient and his family. Being a hum...
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This essay studies the persistence of the theme of the Trojan horse from Virgil’s Aeneid in Silvestre de Balboa’s Espejo de paciencia. First, some examples of the theme of the Trojan horse in classical Greco-Latin literature are presented, then its transmission in Spanish literature from medieval times to the Golden Age. Finally, its recreation in...
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Resumen La historia de la literatura universal contiene capítulos latinoamericanos vitales, como el del boom . La universalidad y la posibilidad de trascender lo nacional son recursos distribuidos inequitativamente, como argumentará este artículo en discusión con trabajos que decretan la democratización de la literatura. Este artículo analiza las c...
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Puede decirse que “el peso del entorno natural –analizado, anatemizado, celebrado, mitificado–“, “fundacional en las jóvenes tradiciones literarias de todas las repúblicas de Hispanoamérica” (Binns, 2010, 132) hace proliferar, desde el siglo XIX y hasta nuestros días, una arista muy original en el caso de las literaturas vinculadas con el campo arg...
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This article is a reflection on the experience of using textile making, 'arpilleras', as a creative practice to stimulate engagement with literature and the lived environment in a course on Latin American literature. The discussion will illustrate how, by recognising the body as another place of learning, this approach can help students engage at a...
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En el presente artículo se analiza la relación sentimental planteada por Andrea Jeftanovic en su novela Geografía de la lengua (2007). Esta relación surge en un no lugar, se construye a través del medio tecnológico y genera en sus protagonistas una confusión entre la realidad y la ficción. Estos rasgos, que la crítica ha adscrito a la narrativa del...
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The objective was to review, among individuals of different skin colors and ethnic groups, how the effectiveness and safety of drugs could be influenced by pharmacokinetics variations resulting from genetic polymorphisms in the cytochrome P-450 enzyme system (CYP-450). This is a systematic review study, with a descriptive and observational approac...
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The contributions of Mario Vargas Llosa, along with other “boom” writers, to Latin American literature have drawn attention to Third World literature. His novels, apart from functioning on multidirectional social issues, create an awareness of the environmental issues of the Amazons. Concerning ecological issues, postcolonial countries face more cr...
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Julio Ramón Ribeyro's image is highly recognized in Latin American Literature; in 2019 was the 25th anniversary of his death and he would have turned 90 years. It is important to identify reliable sources in open access to help researchers from different fields of knowledge. This is an alternative to identify information sources and productive aut...
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This article analyzes the construction of the male characters in La ciudad y los perros by Mario Vargas Llosa, a canonical text of Latin American literature, to provide a new reading focused on the discourses of power and sexuality. Thus, it is examined whether the repressive environment of the military school in which the cadets are immersed serve...
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This study aimed to identify the scientific productions about health professionals' mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic. This is a descriptive and exploratory narrative review of literature, realized on January 2021 on the bases of SciVerse Scopus, Medline (via National Library of Medicine-National Institutes of Health-PubMed), and in the po...
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Based on the contributions of Peruvian theorist and critic Anto­nio Cornejo Polar on narrative heterogeneity, this paper proposes an inter­pretation of Valeria Luiselli’s most recent novel, Desierto sonoro (2019). In this text I postulate that, without undermining the explicit sources which the novel alludes to and recovers, it is possible to link...
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Resumo O artigo investiga o conceito de forma literária segundo Antonio Candido e Ángel Rama, com ênfase nas formulações publicadas pelo jovem Candido na primeira metade da década de 1940 em Brigada Ligeira e na revista Clima . Essas formulações resguardariam um caráter chave para a compreensão do mesmo conceito na fase madura de ambos os críticos,...
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Introduction Throughout the historical course, the emergence of neurosurgery invariably involved the narrative about different eras, marked by relevant discoveries in the field of medical science. From prehistoric mystical and therapeutic reports to the Robotic Era in the 21st century, there were changes that contributed to current neurosurgery. Th...
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Resumo: Este estudo foi guiado pelo seguinte questionamento, como uma alimentação contribui para manter uma nutrição infantil adequada evitando a obesidade e danos à saúde. Diante disso, o objetivo deste trabalho está pautado em identificar a relação da alimentação de crianças com o desenvolvimento da obesidade infantil. O levantamento bibliográfic...
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The Latin American narrative of the twenty-first century has its roots in the 1990s, when globalization, new technologies, and the processes of expansion and consolidation of the Spanish publishing conglomerates impacted on the book market. After 2001, there was a proliferation of many aesthetics and new turns (subjective, documentary, post-memory,...
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The gut microbiome is an important in the health and pathogenesis of some diseases. Beyond digestion, it interferes with the immune system and even with the skin health. Evidence shows that intestinal changes can be involved in dermatological manifestations, such as rosacea, acne, and atopic dermatitis. The use of probiotics has been studied, becau...
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Esse artigo busca apontar relações intrínsecas nas obras dos escritores César Aira (1949) e Sérgio Sant’Anna (1941-2020), dois nomes que compõem o panorama da literatura latino-americana da segunda metade do século XX e início do século XXI. Suas obras, que se orientam pela via da forma breve (o conto, a novela, o ensaio), buscam vergar os limites...
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Ramón Gómez is known for his innovative short form of prose poetry, denominated “Greguerías.” Greguería could be described best as a certain kind of aphorism, a one-liner comic joke; also similar to wordplay, and occasionally, to mini philosophical annotations on life. Furthermore, De la Serna is considered the father of the Greguería, since he use...
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Literary festivals play a substantial role in the construction of the value of Latin American literature in the 21st century, although they have hardly been adressed in the field of Latin American Studies. Since the impact of globalization and neoliberal development on the creative industry, literary festivals have not only been proliferating on bo...
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The present papers aims at analyzing the actions of the publishing industry in connection with the transposition of Latin American and Caribbean literature written by women from printed to digital format. It presents some results obtained from searches and it detects and analyzes the strategies implemented by the main commercial platforms, digital...
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How have power dynamics in the Americas influenced the trajectory of regional integration? This chapter draws upon theoretical conceptions of hegemony to better understand the regional project in Latin America. Building on contributions from the wider IR literature as well as the Latin American literature, I argue that a developed region requires a...
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Carolina Maria de Jesus travels throughout Latin America to promote the book Quarto de Despejo in the 1960s. The records of her trip to Argentina, Uruguay and Chile are in Diario de viaje, an appendix included in one of the translations of Casa de Alvenaria into Spanish. On the way, the Brazilian writer produces a series of analyses concerning her...
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Abstract: "Marxist-Leninist Anti-Capitalist Success: Muted Violence in Augustin Yanez's Edge of the Storm, Juan Rulfo's Pedro Paramo, and Sergio Galindo's Precipice," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, Chapter Ten in the Routledge Handbook of Violence in Latin American Literature, edited by Pablo A. Baisotti, New York: Routledge, 2022, pages 177-189: This chap...
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A síndrome pré-menstrual (TPM) é representada por um conjunto de sintomas físicos, comportamentais e emocionais, que podem culminar em mudanças nos hábitos alimentares. Comer doces e alimentos gordurosos pode intensificar os sintomas da TPM devido à baixa concentração de micronutrientes: Cálcio, Magnésio e Vitamina B6. Este estudo teve como objetiv...
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This paper is an integrative literature review that aims to emphasize the main characteristics of using Digital Information and Communication Technologies (TDIC) to the pedagogical and didactic visual support in daily social context. Publications of the scientific community were consulted on the Medical Literature and Retrivial System onLine data b...
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El artículo propone un análisis de las polémicas surgidas tras la muerte de Roberto Bolaño, centrándose en el problema de su archivo. Plantea cómo la posesión del archivo hace posible una forma de escritura póstuma, al poner al escritor y a los herederos en un mismo plano autoral. Estudia, además, la polémica entre Ignacio Echevarría y Carolina Lóp...
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Giros topográficos explora las producciones simbólicas del espacio en una serie de textos narrativos publicados desde el cambio de milenio en América Latina. Retomando los planteos teóricos del spatial turn y de la geocrítica, el estudio aborda las topografías literarias desde cuatro ángulos que exceden y transforman los límites territoriales y nac...
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En este artículo se efectúa un recorrido por las marcas que ha dejado el narcotráfico en la sociedad a partir del análisis y comentario de Era más grande el muerto (2017) de Luis Miguel Rivas. El escenario de la narración está ubicado en Villalinda, una recreación de la Medellín de los años ochenta y noventa del siglo pasado. La novela refleja con...
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Resumo: O presente artigo tem por objetivo caracterizar a produção bibliográfica latino-americana atualizada sobre os aspectos biopsicossociais do traumatismo cranioencefálico (TCE). Para tanto, realizou-se uma revisão integrativa da literatura, a qual partiu de buscas nas bibliotecas da Scientific Electronic Library Online (SCIELO), Biblioteca Vir...
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In the introduction to Troubled Waters: Rivers in Latin American Imagination (2013), Elizabeth Pettinaroli and Ana María Mutis have argued that rivers in Latin American literature constitute a “locus for the literary exploration of questions of power, identity, resistance, and discontent.” Many works of testimonial literature and literature of resi...
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This article analyses the literature-cinema dialogue established by the Ecuadorian writer Gabriela Alemán in her short story collection La muerte silba un blues (2014). Firstly, I revise how Alemán borrows the production methods of the cult Spanish filmmaker Jesús “Jess” Franco to craft a collection that aids us to see the world as an interconnecte...
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La Guerra de Corea fue un conflicto que no solo dejó marcas en la literatura de la Península, sino en la de aquellos países que por razones políticas se vieron implicados, tal es el caso de América latina. Para esta investigación, tomaremos como primer referente a la literatura colombiana, por ser este país el único participante directo del conflic...
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Proponemos analizar el papel que cumple el humor en la obra del escritor uruguayo Mario Levrero. A partir de la lectura crítica de relatos de distintos momentos de su trayectoria, destacamos que se trata de un recurso indispensable para la construcción de su poética que le permite delimitarse de los presupuestos estéticos de lo que Ángel Rama denom...
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El presente artículo analiza la novela El libro vacío de la escritora mexicana Josefina Vicens a la luz de la propuesta teórica sobre la escritura que Hélène Cixous plantea en dos ensayos: La llegada a la escritura y La risa de la medusa. Se sostiene que su protagonista, José García, desarrolla una voz-escritura, motivada por un soplo corporal, que...
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Esta tesis se centra en el análisis de la producción cultural hispánica contemporánea de autores/as con diversidad funcional para investigar cómo se representan a sí mismos en sus obras y qué medios utilizan cuando cuestionan el discurso capacitista que los margina. Además, se comparan las semejanzas y diferencias que existen entre dichas represent...
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Fabián Severo es uno de los escritores más destacados de la literatura latinoamericana en portuñol. Su obra poética y narrativa ha sido reconocida con los premios más importantes de la literatura uruguaya. En esta entrevista reflexiona sobre el lugar del portuñol como territorio, la vida cotidiana, las condiciones sociales en la frontera y el prota...
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El artículo propone que Fauna y Desplazamientos de Mario Levrero, escritas durante la dictadura militar, marcan un periodo de transición en su obra. El uruguayo vivió esos años como un ingreso a las catacumbas, ambiente asfixiante que impulsó la autocensura y precipitó su autoexilio a Buenos Aires, donde publicó ambos textos en 1987. Fauna surgió c...
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The WHO has identified the goal of halving deaths and disability by 2030 through a four-pillar program that promotes accessible and affordable treatments, strengthens health systems, promotes community and multi-level engagement, and mobilizes partnerships, coordination and resources to advocate for global action. This initiative could accelerate m...
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Many authors have explored the relationship between technology and intimacy in 21st Latin American literature, and have pointed out legal, political, and affective dilemmas in relation to the freedom of subjects, the control of their intimacy, and the systems that monitor them. Kentukis poses the image of global connection through a network of inti...
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Body excess is seen in different ways, depending on the social groups that refer to it. This systematic review seeks to identify how the theme of Social Representations of overweight and obesity has been discussed in the scientific literature between 2015 and 2019. Data were collected between March and May 2020 in different databases: Scientific El...
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The present article suggests taking arguments about the importance of Afro-descendants and indigenous knowledge in the process of formation of Latin American societies and literacies from the understanding of the concept of "lettered city". Based on notes of historical and literary landmarks, the article presents possible reasons for the invisibili...
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El presente trabajo hace dialogar las obras “Pierre Menard, autor del Quijote” (1939) de Jorge Luis Borges y Respiración artificial (1980) de Ricardo Piglia, a partir de la inclusión del cuento en la novela. Su análisis en conjunto pone al descubierto un común denominador entre ambos textos: la deconstrucción epistemológica de la historiografía. Ex...
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El siguiente artículo analiza la red intelectual en torno a la pu-blicación argentina Babel. Revista de Libros (1988-1991). Desde una perspectiva transdisciplinaria, se examina el entramado de sociabilidad, en diálogo con las estrategias de posicionamiento y legitimación de autores emergentes de la literatura latinoameri-cana del siglo XX, enfoque...
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Several of the most influential Latin American writers were interested in the sciences. Moreover, a handful showed an affinity to mathematics since childhood, eventually following careers as physicists, engineers, and mathematicians before turning their attention to the arts. In the end, they became novelists, essayists, and poets, who made signifi...
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Growing interest in Spanish-speaking countries in Lithuania leads to the increased number of translations of Spanish and Latin American literature. Therefore, it is important to analyse translations from Spanish into Lithuanian and vice versa to improve the quality of translation work. One of the most difficult elements to translate are culture-spe...
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Objective: to construct the conceptual and operational definitions of the defining and conceptual characteristics of the related factors of the nursing diagnosis (ND) hypothermia (00006) of NANDA-I, 2015-2017, in adult patients in the perioperative period. Method: an integrative literature review in the Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval Sy...
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Este artículo estudia uno de los cuentos más importantes de Pablo Palacio, «El antropófago». Según la hipótesis de investigación, en este relato se muestra cómo los seres humanos están sujetos a determinados deseos inconscientes que socialmente no son aceptados. Dichos deseos se reprimen durante un tiempo, pero pueden retornar de una manera inesper...
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The criticisms of Clarice Lispector's The Hour of the Star (1977) were analyzed by (re) evaluating its relevance and the legacy of its author. After a critical review of the texts in popular publications, it was found that, in Brazil, the debates about the novel were centered between explicitness and introspection, social commitment and aesthetic s...
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Diante da necessidade de obtenção de informações relacionadas ao microclima e influência da vegetação dentro de um perímetro urbano na qualidade de vida dos seus habitantes se define como parâmetros biofísicos a serem estudados nesta pesquisa o Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) e Leaf Area Index (LAI). Considerando que o Sensoriamento R...
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Background Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 strain, was first identified in late 2019 in China. The outcomes of patients affected by the virus can worsen, developing acute respiratory failure and other serious complications, especially in older individuals and people with obesity and como...
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Research Gate Announcement of 20 reads reached on January 23, 2021, by Chapter: "Marxist-Leninist Anti-Capitalist Success: Muted Violence in Augustin Yañez’s Edge of the Storm (1947), Juan Rulfo’s Pedro Paramo (1955), and Sergio Galindo’s Precipice (1960)," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, in Routledge Guide to Violence in Latin American Literature, edited b...
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The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of the many possibilities for intervention of the cardboard book movement, an international network formed by independent publishers who use recycled cardboard to make the covers of their books. Starting from a presentation of the historical context out of which emerged the pioneering Eloísa Car...
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Resumo A Doença Hepática Gordurosa Não Alcoólica (DHGNA) é caraterizada por diversas alterações morfológicas e metabólicas, ocasionada por uma dieta rica em gordura saturada, com carboidratos simples e pobre em fibras, induzindo a peroxidação lipídica nas mitocôndrias dos hepatócitos e na produção de diversas Espécies Reativas de Oxigênios (EROs),...
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RESUMOIntrodução: A satisfação dos pacientes é um indicador de resultado válido para analisar a qualidade dos serviços de saúde. Objetivo: Identificar através da literatura os fatores relacionados à satisfação dos pacientes no ambiente hospitalar. Metodologia: Trata-se de uma revisão integrativa de caráter exploratório e descritivo, com produções c...
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Durante los primeros decenios del siglo XX las tendencias dominantes de la narrativa hispanoamericana se vincularon con un marco de representación que pretendía reflejar la realidad de su tiempo. Uno tendiente a representar las desigualdades generadas por el desarrollo de los estados nacionales y del capitalismo. No obstante, en ese mismo periodo,...
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heroic pages of her own. Latin America is an area encompassing countries historically ruled by the Spanish and the Portuguese under their colonization time throughout the centuries.After hard struggles to gain independence, the region continued to face many new challenges and difficulties in which violence and military dictatorship were the most co...
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The conceptual development of memory shows the need of constructing stories that confront grief without deactivating its political power. For this, following Rancière and Agamben, it’s necessary to promote dissent by making visible the “parts with no part” of the social body and the fissures of the present, which can be seen in some narratives of t...
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This article identifies and provides initial insight into the early literary responses to the COVID‐19 outbreak in Latin America. It focuses on the case of Guayaquil, the epicentre of the pandemic in Ecuador, to examine how writers responded to the health emergency in real time by using online platforms. I argue that, while the virus was spreading,...
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Objective: to analyze in the scientific literature the educational technologies on sexually transmitted infections used in health education for incarcerated women. Method: an integrative review carried out by searching for articles in the following databases: Scopus, Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health, Education Resources Information Ce...
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Chasqui is the only academic journal devoted exclusively to Latin American literature and culture in the sense of bringing together research on both the Spanish-speaking republics of the continent and Brazil. Chasqui is seeking full-length manuscripts, 5,000-10,000 words (including notes and bibliography), in English, Spanish, or Portuguese, that f...
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The paper is dedicated to the famous Russian Latin Americanist Vera Nikolaevna Kuteishchikova (1919–2012), who became the second Russian woman after A. Kollontai to be awarded with the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle for her merits in the study of Mexican literature. However, V. Kuteishchikova’s specialization was not limited to the Mexican litera...
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This chapter on "Marxist-Leninist Anti-Capitalist Success: Muted Violence in Augustin Yañez’s Edge of the Storm, Juan Rulfo’s Pedro Paramo, and Sergio Galindo’s Precipice," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, contributes to coverage of violence in revolutionary Mexican and Cuban literature in the volume Routledge Handbook on Violence in Latin American Literatur...
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"Marxist-Leninist Anti-Capitalist Success: Muted Violence in Latin American Literature," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, discusses violence in Latin American literature, showing the importance of Fidel Castro and his leadership in the Cuban Revolution, Catholicism and the Latin language, Miguel de Cervantes's Don Quixote of La Mancha and Pedro Calderon de l...
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El presente artículo enseña algunas de las formas que toma la razón evaluadora en la educación contemporánea y, en particular, en cierta filosofía de la educación. La travesía combativa propuesta, que busca alimentar una crítica de la razón evaluadora, abreva en fuentes de la literatura para retratar alguna de las formas en cuestión, así como tambi...
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Nakagami Kenji (1946-1992) is one of the most famous writers of contemporary Japan, though his works have been scarcely translated into other languages. Of the many topics in his literature, the current paper will focus on his relationship with Latin America, a region he was never able to visit, yet one that strongly convoked him. In order to expla...
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Juan Villoro, consecrated in Latin American Literature as a fiction narrator and prominent author in the Children's Literature publishing market, has developed in parallel a remarkable chronological production that has received little critical attention. The reading of these chronicles in conjunction with interviews given by the author allowed us t...
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Published in 1982, the testimonio Fire from the Mountain (La montaña es más que una inmensa estepa verde) by Omar Cabezas continues to generate interest in the field of Latin American literature, particularly amongst critics dedicated to the testimonio and post-testimonio. Considered one of the fundamental works of contemporary testimonio, Fire fro...
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In this paper we focus on significant examples of the dialogue between the uruguayan poet Ida Vitale and the Roman World. We explore her reception of Rome through Latin Language and Roman Literature, Religion, Society, History and Archaeology. These elements are linked to the search of an accurate expression. The lack of studies on Ida Vitale, espe...
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Background: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), caused by the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 strain, was first identified in late 2019 in China. The outcomes of patients affected by the virus can worsen, developing acute respiratory failure and other serious complications, especially in older individuals and people with obesity and com...
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This review focuses on the fictional literature in which the Spanish flu is represented either as an anecdotal or as a historical aspect and the effect on the author or fictional character. We examine this sociocultural period in the press and mainly in Anglo-Saxon literary works and from other countries, including Spanish and Latin American litera...
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Gioconda Belli is one of the most refined female voices of emancipation in twenty-century Latin American literature. Since her earliest works, this Nicaraguan writer carries out her own personal revolution starting with a rethinking of the female body, which takes on a symbolic and metaphorical meaning capable of representing the profound ideologic...
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In the aftermath of the collapse of the U.S.S.R Marxism remains a viable and flourishing tradition of literary and cultural criticism. Marx believed economic and social forces shape human consciousness, and that the internal contradictions in capitalism would lead to its demise.[i] Marxist analyses can show how class interests operate through cultu...
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Background: Hodgkin lymphoma is a malignant neoplasm of B lymphoid cells whose histologic characteristic is the presence of Reed-Sternberg cells in an inflammatory environment. Case report: A 37-year-old woman with a history of up to 40°C fever for four months, progressive and bilateral decrease in hearing acuity, weight loss of up to 6 kg, cerv...
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Resumen El artículo propone una lectura del barroco brasileño en clave latinoamericana. Con ese propósito, aborda la novela Boca do Inferno de Ana Miranda y la contrasta inicialmente con O sequestro do Barroco na Formação da literatura brasileira: o caso Gregório de Matos de Haroldo de Campos. A partir de la figura de Gregório de Matos, el trabajo...
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I have translated excerpts from Alejandro Jodorowsky's short fiction from La sombra del tesoro: cuentos y fábulas [México, D.F.: Ediciones Siruela: Random House Mondadori, 2010, reimp. 2011], which has a family resemblance to the work of Spanish American masters such as Juan José Arreola, Eduardo Galeano, and Mario Benedetti. These are Zen-like phi...
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The poetical determinants of magical realism, although several elements had already been present in Croatian literature from at least the time of the generation of the „Borgesian“ writers, and also earlier, have not been the subject of more in-depth research until recently. And yet, novelistic prose in Croatia, under the influence of similar moveme...
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105 water and landscape AGUA y TERRITORIO Direito humano à água e bioética: revisão da literatura latino-americana com foco na realidade brasileira Derecho humano al agua y bioética: revisión de la literatura latino-americana centrada en la realidad brasileña Resumo-A água é fundamental para a sobrevivência humana e do planeta. Mesmo que a água sej...
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To identify through literature review the defense strategies adopted by nursing professionals facing the process of death and dying. Descriptive study based on the integrative literature review. The search for the studies was performed in the Latin American Literature and Caribbean Health Sciences, Nursing Databases, and the Medical Literature Anal...
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The present article analyses the function of paratextual and book trade dynamics and author self-presentation in contemporary Latin American literary field, focusing in the Mexican writer Álvaro Enrigue. From different points of view, the paper approaches the “illegible” and “hermetic” writings (Steiner, Prieto, Garramuño, Libertella) to which Enri...
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