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Colonial figures in motion: globalization and translocality in contemporary Puerto Rican Literature in the United States

  title={Colonial figures in motion: globalization and translocality in contemporary Puerto Rican Literature in the United States},
  author={Arnaldo Manuel Cruz-Malav{\'e}},
  journal={Centro Journal},
Resumen en: This essay situates contemporary Puerto Rican literature in the United States in the space between two discursive implosions: the implosion of the 1970s ... 
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