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Literature, Culture, and Society in the New Latin America
Latin American Research Review
Just before his execution, the Black Caribbean protagonist in Gillo Pontecorvo's provocative movie Burn, spitefully inquires of his British colonial oppressor, "Civilization belongs to whites, but what civilization, and until when?"} In answer to Jose Dolores's second question, most of the books under review here suggest that the critical voices of a frozen continent are now launching an interrogation into the relationship between literary expression and the unjust sociopolitical and economicdoi:10.1017/s0023879100022305 fatcat:4dbrzthxpfhx3akypdrqxnza3m