Urban Chroniclers in Modern Latin America: The Shared Intimacy of Everyday Life

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An unstructured genre that blends high aesthetic standards with nonfiction commentary, the journalistic cronica, or chronicle, has played a vital role in Latin American urban life since the nineteenth century. Drawing on extensive archival research, Viviane Mahieux delivers new testimony on how chroniclers engaged with modernity in Mexico City, Buenos Aires, and Sao Paulo during the 1920s and 1930s, a time when avant-garde movements transformed writers' and readers' conceptions of literature. Urban Chroniclers in Modern ...

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