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This list relates to the semester Semester Two 2017-2018 which does not start until 25/01/2018
  1. A companion to Latin American film - Stephen M. Hart c2004

    Book Further reading Contains a chapter on the film La historia oficial

  2. La historia oficial: The official story - Marcelo Piñeyro, Aída Bortnik, Luis Puenzo, Héctor Alterio 2005 (videorecording =)

    Audio-visual document Essential Film to be analysed in detail

  3. Pedro Páramo - Juan Rulfo 1983

    Book Essential Pedro Páramo is essential reading and will be analysed in detail during the Spanish America section of the course.

  4. A history of Latin America - Benjamin Keen, Keith Haynes 2013

    Book  General reading on Latin America

  5. A lexicon of terror: Argentina and the legacies of torture - Marguerite Feitlowitz 2011

    Book  On Argentina's history (to read when considering the film La historia oficial)

  6. The Cuban Republic and José Martí: reception and use of a national symbol - Mauricio A. Font, Alfonso W. Quiroz c2006

    Book  General reading on José Martí

  7. José Martí, architect of Cuba's freedom - Peter Turton 1986

    Book  General on José Martí

  8. Ensayos y crónicas - José Martí, José Olivio Jiménez 2004

    Book  In Spanish on José Martí

  9. World Film Locations: Buenos Aires - Santiago Oyarzabal, Michael Pigott 2014 (electronic resource)

    Book Further reading On Argentinean cinema - contains a chapter on the film La historia oficial

  10. Cooptation, Complicity, and Representation: Desire and Limits for Intellectuals in Twentieth-century Mexican Fiction - Shigeko Mato 2011 (electronic resource)

    Book Further reading On Mexican fiction - contains a chapter on Pedro Páramo

  11. Rulfo's Pedro Paramo: A Vision of Hope - Alan S. Bell 03/1966

    Article Further reading Good article on Pedro Páramo

  12. Social and Cultural Circularity in

    Webpage Further reading Web article on La historia oficial

  13. Hacia otra España de Ramiro de Maeztu: Rialp, Madrid Encuadernación de tapa blanda - Librería Antonio Azorín

    Webpage  For part of course on Spain (for more information ask the tutor who teaches this part of the course).