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297. Enigma and Epiphany in the Narratives of Soledad Puértolas

Wednesday, 4 January, 1:45–3:00 p.m., 309, Hynes

A special session

1. "The Nature of Enigma and the Role of Epiphany in the Narratives of Soledad Puértolas: 'Camino de Houmt Souk,'" Francisca González-Arias, Univ. of Massachusetts, Lowell

2. "From Enigma to Epiphany: Symbolic Convergence Theory in 'A la hora en que cierran los bares,' by Soledad Puértolas," Lisa Nalbone, Univ. of Central Florida

3. "Unearthing the Enigmas in Soledad Puértolas's El recorrido de los animales: An Ecocritical Reading," Mary-Anne Lee Vetterling, Regis Coll., MA


  • Spanish Literature – Twentieth and Twenty-First Century

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