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"He was in no place and no place was in him": Edward Dahlberg's autobiographical fictions as an epistemology of sites

 

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Author: Urdiales, Martín
Date: 2017
Published in: Revista de estudios norteamericanos, 21, 145-165.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Edward Dahlberg‘s childhood, adolescence and youth, narratively fictionalized in two early autobiographical novels, Bottom Dogs (1930) and Flushing to Calvary (1932) is markedly and recurrently informed by the influence of urban sites and institutio...
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La infancia, adolescencia y juventud de Edward Dahlberg, ficcionalizada a través de sus dos tempranas novelas autobiográficas, Bottom Dogs (1930) y Flushing to Calvary (1932), está muy determinada por la influencia de entornos urbanos y espacios ins...
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Cite: Urdiales Shaw, M. (2017). "He was in no place and no place was in him": Edward Dahlberg's autobiographical fictions as an epistemology of sites. Revista de estudios norteamericanos, 21, 145-165.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/76332

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