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[ READ EBOOK ] ♶ The Dictator Novel ♴ Where There Are Dictators, There Are Novels About Dictators But Dictator Novels Do Not Simply Respond To The Reality Of Dictatorship As This Genre Has Developed And Cohered, It Has Acquired A Self Generating Force Distinct From Its Historical Referents The Dictator Novel Has Become A Space In Which Writers Consider The Difficulties Of National Consolidation, Explore The Role Of External And Global Forces In Sustaining Dictatorship, And Even Interrogate The Political Functions Of Writing Itself Literary Representations Of The Dictator, Therefore, Provide Ground For A Self Conscious And Self Critical Theorization Of The Relationship Between Writing And Politics Itself The Dictator Novel Positions Novels About Dictators As A Vital Genre In The Literatures Of The Global South Primarily Identified With Latin America, The Dictator Novel Also Has Underacknowledged Importance In The Postcolonial Literatures Of Francophone And Anglophone Africa Although Scholars Have Noted Similarities, This Book Is The First Extensive Comparative Analysis Of These Traditions It Includes Discussions Of Authors Including Gabriel Garc A M Rquez, Ngugi Wa Thiong O, Alejo Carpentier, Augusto Roa Bastos, Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, Jos M Rmol, Esteban Echeverr A, Ousmane Semb Ne, Chinua Achebe, Aminata Sow Fall, Henri Lop S, Sony Labou Tansi, And Ahmadou Kourouma This Juxtaposition Illuminates The Internal Dynamics Of The Dictator Novel As A Literary Genre In So Doing, Armillas Tiseyra Puts Forward A Comparative Model Relevant To Scholars Working Across The Global South

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