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Nestor Perlongher

The Poetic Search for an Argentine Marginal Voice

Author(s): Ben Bollig

Language: English

Genre(s): Modern Languages Literary Criticism

Series: Iberian and Latin American Studies

  • April 2008 · 256pages · 216x138mm

  • ·Hardback - 9780708321232

About The Book

This book is the first full-length study in English of the work of the highly regarded and influential Argentine poet and anthropologist Nestor Perlongher (1949-92). Perlongher’s pioneering work takes on the most dynamic and conflictive themes of modern-day Latin America such as dictatorship, national identity, exile, issues of gender and marginal sexualities, and modern-day esoteric religions; Bollig’s study analyses and contextualizes his work as well as offering important tools for reading and understanding challenging and experimental poetry.

About the Author(s)

Ben Bollig

Dr Bollig is a Lecturer in Spanish, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Leeds University. He is author of Nestor Perlonger: The Poetic Search for an Argentine Marginal Voice (UWP, 2008).

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