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Title: El ultimo de los canarios by Agustin Millares Torres: imagination and silences of a founding Atlantic novel
Other Titles: El último de los canarios de Agustín Millares Torres: imaginación y silencios de una novela fundacional atlántica
Authors: Pérez Hernández, Nayra 
Llarena González, Alicia 
UNESCO Clasification: 57 Lingüística
Keywords: Islands
Foundational Fictions
Canarian Literature
Rhetoric Of National Romance
Agustin Millares Torres
Issue Date: 2023
Journal: Taller de Letras 
Abstract: El ultimo de los canarios (1875), by Agustin Millares Torres, traditionally classified as a romantic historical-sentimental novel, also offers a powerful allegorical-political reading that makes it a true founding Atlantic novel, linking Canarian literature with Spanish-American literature. The objective of this text is to discover some of the imaginations and silences that make this new reading possible, from a postcolonial perspective that tries to dignify a history and a culture, those of the Canary Islands, so often ignored and misunderstood, and that will allow us to elucidate what and how our author founds.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/130628
ISSN: 0716-0798
Source: Taller De Letras [ISSN 0716-0798], (72), p. 122-141
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