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Secondary Reading

  • Bertín Ortega, Utopías inquietantes: narrativa proletaria en México en los años treinta
  • William H. Beezley, Cheryl English Martin and William E. French (eds), Rituals of Rule, Rituals of Resistance: Public Celebrations and Popular culture in Mexico (1994).
  • Lee Jean Skinner, History Lessons: Refiguring the 19th Century Historical novel in Spanish America (2006).
  • Sabine Schlicker, El lado oscuro de la modernización: Estudios sobre novela naturalista hispanoamericana (2003).
  • Luiz Costa Lima, Control of the Imaginary: Reason and Imagination in Modern Times (Minneapolis: University of Minnestoa P, 1989)
  • Adriana Johnson, Sentencing Canudos. Subalternity in the Backlands of Brazil (University of Pittsburgh P, 2010).
  • Roberto Schwarz, Misplaced Ideas. Essays on Brazilian Culture (London: Verso, 1994)​

Bibilography

  • Nestor Garcia Canclini, Hybrid Cultures. Strategies for Entering and Leaving Modernity(Minneapolis: U of Minnestoa P, 2005)
  • Marshall Berman, All that is Solid Melts into Air. The Experience of Modernity (London: Verso 1983)
  • Perry Anderson, Zone of Engagement (London: Verso, 1992)
  • John Kraniauskas, “Hybridity in a Transnational Frame. Latin Americanist and Postcolonial Perspectives on Cultural Studies” in Hybridity and its DiscontentsPolitics,Science, Culture Eds. Avtar Brah and Annie E. Coombes, London: Routledge, 2000)
  • William Rowe and Vivian Schelling, Memory and Modernity. Popular Culture in Latin America(London Verso 1991)
  • Nicolau Sevcenko, Literatura como missão. Tensões sociais e criação cultural na Primeira República (São Paulo: Brasiliense, 1983)
  • Vivian Schelling. Through the Kaleidoscope. The Experience of Modernity in Latin America(London: Verso 2000)
  • Boris Fausto, A Concise History of Brazil (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1999)
  • Jens Andermann, Optic of the State. Visuality and Power in Argentina and Brazil (Uof Pittsburgh P, 2007).
  • Thomas Skidmore, Brazil: Five Centuries of Change (NY: Oxford   UP, 2009
  • Thomas Skidmore, Black into White. Race and Nationality in Brazilian Thought (Duke UP, 1993)
  • Heriberto Frías (Mexican, 1870-1925) Tomóchic (novela, 1893-95) CNCA edition, ed. by Antonio Saborit (1998), Porrúa edition, ed. by James W. Brown (current) and 1983 edition in UL.
  • Film adaptation: Longitud de guerra (1976) directed by Gonzalo Martínez Ortega [available to view online]. He also directed the disenchanted Mexican Revolutionary epic, El principio (1973). These productions on the topic of popular resistance coincide with the period of State repression and insurgency known as the ‘Guerra Sucia’ in Mexico.
  • Other works by Frías: El último duelo (1896), Leyendas históricas mexicanas (1899) (recent acquisition CLAS Library), Las miserias de México (1916)
  • Contemporary Mexican writers in the realist/naturalist vein: Federico Gamboa, Rafael Delgado, Emilio Rabasa, José López Portillo y Rojas, Ángel de Campo.I.
  • The Battle of Tomochic, transl. by Barbara Jamison, with an introduction by Antonio Saborit (2006).
  • Georgina García Gutiérrez (ed.), Heriberto Frías: Una antología personal (Mexico City: FCE, 2008).
  • James. W. Brown, Heriberto Frías (1978).
  • Antonio Saborit, Los doblados de Tomóchic (1994).
  • Ignacio Padilla, ‘Tomóchic o la victoria de la realidad’, La Jornada Semanal, 11 march 2012, no. 888.[available online].
  • Lilián Illades Aguiar, La rebelión en Tomóchic (1891-92) (1999).
  • Luis Eduardo Cortés Martínez et al, Los pueblos indígenas de Chihuahua: atlas etnográfico (2012) II.
  • Rafael Olea Franco (ed.), Literatura mexicana del otro fin de siglo (2001). [re: Frías].
  • Mariano Azuela (novelist), Cien años de la novela mexicana (1947) [discusses Frías]
  • Juan Pablo Dabove, ‘Tomóchic de Heriberto Frías: Violencia campesina, melancolía y genealogía fratricida de naciones’, Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana, no.60 (2004), pp.351-373. 
  • J.S. Brushwood, ‘Heriberto Frías on Social Behavior and Redemptive Woman’, Hispania, vol.45, no.2 (May, 1962), pp.249-253.
  • J. S. Brushwood, Mexico in its Novel (1966). (recent acquisition CLAS Library)
  • Harry L. Rosser, Conflict and Transition in Rural Mexico: The Fiction of Social Realism (1980)
  • César Rodríguez Chicharro, Novela mexicana indigenista (1988)
  • Gerardo Bobadilla Encinas, Estudios sobre literatura mexicana del siglo XIX (2009)
  • María Guadalupe García Barragán, El naturalismo literario en México (1993). Basic survey.
  • Martín Lienhard, Disidentes, rebeldes, insurgentes: resistencia indígena y negra en América Latina. Ensayos de historia testimonial (2008)
  • Beeezley (ed), A Companion to Mexican History and Culture (2011) III.
  • Saúl Sosnowski, Realismo y naturalismo (1983)
  • Edgar Liñán Avila, Realidad y artificio: un itinerario en la novela realista hispanoamericana en el siglo XIX (2005).