This panel seeks papers that analyze novels written about and/or during the time of dictatorship in the Spanish-speaking world. What do these novels convey about the human experience of living under a repressive regime and what can be learned by this? What similarities and differences are there among the reactions and approaches to dictatorship in Latin America and Spain? A comparative / transatlantic approach is strongly encouraged. Please send one-page abstracts by September 30, 2009 to Julia Riordan-Gonçalves at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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