Being Fruity in the Big City: Re-membering the Past in Enrique Serna’s Fruta verde”

Niamh Thornton

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    Abstract

    Contents: Victoria Carpenter: Introduction: (Re)Collecting the Past - Peter Beardsell: Some Thoughts on Quantum Mechanics and the Treatment of the Past in Mexican Theatre - Victoria Carpenter: When Was Tomorrow? Manipulation of Time and Memory in the Works of Mexican Onda - Anna Reid: The Reworking of Conquest in Three Recent Mexican Novels - María de los Ángeles Rodríguez Cadena: Relajo and Melodrama in the Fictional Portrayal of the Mexican Independence of 1810 - Lloyd H. Davies: Tomás Eloy Martínez and the Literary Representation of Peronism: A Tale of Bifurcating Paths? - Niamh Thornton: Being Fruity in the Big City: Re-membering the Past in Enrique Serna’s Fruta verde - Dolores Flores-Silva: Re-Writing of History and Self-Representation inThe House on the Lagoon by Rosario Ferré - Amit Thakkar: One Rainy Market Day: ‘Integration’ and the Indigenous Community in the Fiction and Thought of Juan Rulfo - Audrey E. García: Mexican Immigration and Popular Culture in El corrido de Dante by Eduardo González Viana - María del Pilar Blanco: Technology and the Making of Memory in José Martí’s Exilic Writing - Silvia G. Kurlat Ares: Science Fiction Utopia as Political Constructio in Angélica Gorodischer.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publication(Re)Collecting the Past: History and Collective Memory in Latin American Narrative
    EditorsVictoria Carpenter
    Pages145-165
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Fiction
    José Martí
    Science Fiction
    Portrayal
    Quantum Mechanics
    Novel
    Conquest
    History
    Popular Culture
    Manipulation
    Utopia
    Mexican Immigration
    Dante Alighieri
    Lagoon
    Melodrama
    Self-representation
    Peronism
    Indigenous Communities

    Keywords

    • Bisexual
    • Enrique Serna
    • Frutas verdes
    • Mexico City
    • bildungsroman

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    Thornton, N. (2010). Being Fruity in the Big City: Re-membering the Past in Enrique Serna’s Fruta verde”. In V. Carpenter (Ed.), (Re)Collecting the Past: History and Collective Memory in Latin American Narrative (pp. 145-165)
    Thornton, Niamh. / Being Fruity in the Big City: Re-membering the Past in Enrique Serna’s Fruta verde”. (Re)Collecting the Past: History and Collective Memory in Latin American Narrative. editor / Victoria Carpenter. 2010. pp. 145-165
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