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Bibliography: Modernism and Cannibalism in Brazil

  • Perry Anderson, A Zone of Engagement. London: Verso, 1992.
  • Marshall Berman, All That is Solid Melts into Air. The Experience of Modernity. London: Verso, 1982.
  • Leslie Bary, “Oswald de Andrade's "Cannibalist Manifesto"” Latin American Literary Review. Jul.-Dec. 1991: 19:38, pp. 35-37
  • Néstor Garcia Canclini, Hybrid Cultures. Strategies for Entering and Leaving Modernity. University of Minnesota Press, 1995.
  • Randal Johnson, "Tupy or not Tupy: Cannibalism and Nationalism in Contemporary Brazilian Literature and Culture." In Modern Latin American Fiction: A Survey, ed. John King. London:  Faber & Faber, 1987, 41-59. U.S. edition: On Modern Latin American Fiction. New York: The Noonday Press of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1989, 41-59.
  • Randal Johnson, “Brazilian Modernism. An Idea out of Place?” in Modernism and Its Margins. Reinscribing Cultural Modernity from Spain and Latin America. Eds. Anthony L. Geist and José B. Monleon. Routledge, 1999.
  • Fernando Rosenberg, The Avant-Garde and Geopolitics in Latin America. Pittsburgh: 2006.
  • Roberto Schwarz, “Misplaced Ideas” in Misplaced Ideas. Essays on Brazilian Culture. Ed. And Trans John Gledson. London: Verso, 1992.
  • David Treece and Mike González, The Gathering of Voices: Twentieth Century Poetry of Latin America (see chapters 3 and 5). London: Verso, 1992.