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SPIRITS AND RELATIONSHIPS IN THE NOVEL LA FERIA

In this article my attention is centered around a group of anonymous voices who, in the novel La feria (1963), by Juan José Arreola (1918-2011), refers to the presence of spirits, who reveal specific areas where treasures are hidden. This story is a part of the artistic work of the former writer (Ja... Full description

Main Author: Norma Esther García-Meza
Contained in: Ra Ximhai (01.01.2017)
Journal Title: Ra Ximhai 01.01.2017
Fulltext access: Fulltext access (direct link - free access)
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ISSN: 1665-0441
Language: English
Spanish
Physical Description: Online-Ressource
PPN (Catalogue-ID): DOAJ029667038
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