The Cultural "Other" In Nineteenth Century Travel Narratives: How The United States And Latin America Described Each Other
This book explores issues of representation and cultural negotiation in nineteenth-century travel narratives, focusing on writers from the United States who traveled to Latin America and Latin American writers who traveled to North America. Such a cross-cultural study of travel literature reveals the discursive processes of national formation in both the United States and Latin America. This book contains eight black and white photographs.
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- Format: Hardcover
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr
- ISBN-13: 9780773452404
- ISBN: 0773452400
- Publication Year: 2008