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Projections of Peronism in Argentine Autobiography, Biography and Fiction…

by Lloyd Hughes Davies

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0708320147, Hardcover)

As shown by the worldwide success of both the stage and film versions of Evita, Eva Perón continues to arouse interest beyond the borders of Argentina. Within the country she holds near-mythic status, yet the effect of Peronism on Argentine culture demands to be better understood. Lloyd Hughes Davies opens a new dimension on Perón’s impact by widening the traditional focus on her influence on literature to include autobiographies and biographies. In the process he demonstrates how the boundaries between the novel, life-writing, and historical writing have become increasingly blurred.

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