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    Victoria in My Memories
    出版日期:2024-03-25
    ISBN:9789860729603
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    內容簡介
    Historical memory has a particular value in analyzing events and characters that give life to stories from the past. Jorge Edwards specifies that the story’s description is nothing more than the literary success of a writer who navigates the vicissitudes of life and history, as he rightly points out. History must be observed carefully and as a “conjecture” that points, in the first place, to an experience of “memory” and that keeps alive, despite time, the unique reality of a country and its people. Like Edwards, we attempt to wander through reminiscences and recollection. Our narrative experience is simple. However, it is an observation and representation of history with a testimonial value in its approach. As the novelist points out, the testimony of history is the most creative thing that the writer has. In the same way, our effort is neither more nor less the rescue, through these short stories and their language, of facts and characters that are part of realities, in which their protagonists make time pass and tell us things from the past.

    Edwards is an inspirational source, like other novelists, whetting our appetites in his search for history, facts, and experiences that give us a unique opportunity to delve into the process of history in an endless dialogue that enriches and continues giving life to the past, in an infinite invention of it. It is ultimately the feeling that we have of things that happened and that we can continue learning from them. These memories and lived experiences are stories that perpetuate characters, intellectuals, writers, works, teachings, and places that express an essential part of life through readings, reflections, and significant looks at chronicles that resist oblivion and disappearance. From each of these short stories, we gather a vital part of the search for the truth and the real meaning of life.
    作者介紹
    Dr. Miguel Ángel González Chandía, an SVD priest from Chile, earned his Ph.D. in Systematic Theology at KULeuven-Belgium, and his BA in Theology from the Pontificia Universidad Católica of Santiago, Chile. He is a full professor at Fu Jen Catholic University, Taipei. He has taught Latin American Literature and Languages for almost 20 years. He has some 22 publications and was a co-editor of the IAFOR Journal of Education until 2021. He has published the following books Jorge Edwards: el novelista que deambula por la historia (2011); El mundo infantil a través de los ojos de Marcela Paz (2014); Roberto Bolaño en perspectiva: enigma de una búsqueda (2015). Dr González has published a chapter titled The Invention of Morel, a Projection on Dreams and Immortality (2022).
    目次
    Foreword
    Introduction
    1. Rancagua
    2. Memories of the Past (I)
    3. Memories of the Past (II)
    4. Victoria
    5. Box Hill
    6. Leuven
    7. Hong Xiuquan (I)
    8. Hong Xiuquan and the Taiping Rebellion 1851-1864 (II)
    9. Taiping Ideology in Today's Reading
    10. José Donoso Life and Work
    11. José Donoso: El lugar sin límites
    12. Dialogues with Marcela Paz
    13. Papelucho Historian
    14. Papelucho: Interior monologue, Loneliness and Dialogue
    15. Perico Climbs Through Chile
    16. Jorge Edwards and the "Conjecture"
    17. Jorge Edwards, El sueño de la historia
    18. In Memoriam of Michel De Montaigne
    19. Georges De Schrijver (1935-2016)
    20. Persona Non-Grata
    21. "The Little Paris" (小巴黎)
    22. The Xin Zhuang Neighborhood
    23. María Luisa Bombal
    24. Taishan
    25. Roberto Bolaño and the Apocalypse
    26. Science Fiction: Literary Genre and Dystopia
    27. The Savage Detectives
    28. La Araucana: A Dystopian Epic
    29. Gabriela Mistral
    30. Inés del alma mía
    31. Isabel Allende, Pain, Death and Hope
    32. Portrait of a Woman
    33. Graduation Theatre
    34. Magic Realism
    35. Pedro Páramo: Despotism
    36. In Memory of Ambrose Bierce, Old Gringo (1985)
    37. Theodor Adorno and Dorothee Sölle
    38. Monterroso in Brief
    39. Mario Benedetti
    40. Alejo Carpentier and The Kingdom of this World
    41. Women Writers
    42. Rómulo Gallegos: Doña Bárbara
    43. Sewell
    44. The Smoke Tragedy
    45. Theodor Adorno and the "Meaninglessness of Suffering"
    46. Jon Sobrino
    47. Gustavo Gutiérrez: Third World "Dependence"
    48. The face of Jesus in China, Zhong Kui: the Daoist Hero
    49. Women and Men in Taiping Society
    50. Language and Identity
    51. Laura Esquivel: Women in Power
    52. Adolfo Bioy Casares: The experience of Love and Pain
    53. Utopia and Dystopia
    54. Charism that Leads to Tragedy
    55. A New World: The War at the Ends of the World
    56. Teaching at Fu Jen University
    57. Gabriel García Márquez and the Leaf Storm
    58. La Malinche: A Woman Between Two Worlds
    59. An Adventurous Woman
    60. Pablo Neruda
    61. Spanish Department in Fu Jen
    62. Critical Analysis of Literary Works
    63. Isabel Allende: Family Sage
    64. El Señor presidente: Carnivalesque Perspective
    65. Children's and Youth Literature
    66. Aurora del Valle: A Free Woman
    67. Carlos Fuentes: La campaña
    68. Gabriel García Márquez: One Hundred Years of Solitude
    69. “El Axolotl”
    70. The Crying of Latin American
    71. Michael Houllebecq: The Dystopian Submission
    72. Herbert George Wells: The Time Machine
    73. Roberto Bolaño: Distant Star
    74. Power and Truth in the Patristic Age
    75. Roberto Bolaño and the Window Enigma
    76. Space and House in Isabel Allende
    77. The Personal History of the Literary Genre "El Boom"
    78. Age of Enlightenment
    79. Octavio Paz: The Labyrinth of Solitude
    80. Elizabeth Burgoyne Corbett
    81. George Orwell: Animal Farm
    82. Magic in the Kitchen, Sensuality and Feminine Space
    83. Horacio Quiroga
    84. Dostoevsky's House (2008)
    85. Jorge Luis Borges: "El Sur"
    86. Myth and Magic
    87. Margaret Atwood: The Handmaid's Tale
    88. Simón Bolivar: The General in His Labyrinth
    89. A Tribute to Diego Rivera