“The nineteenth-century––in the context of the extraordinary triangle presented here of Latina and Latino writers and intellectuals in the United States, Latin America, and the transatlantic––may come to us in fragments, but what a marvel it is to bring together this dazzling constellation of scholars who highlight the historical dimensions of 'the Latino/a' and speak to the concurrent traditions, canons, moments, and tensions that have long been neglected and overlooked. Excitement for The Latino Nineteenth Century will have no bounds: this is sure to become a treasured volume.”
—Claudia Milian, author of Latining America: Black-Brown Passages and the Coloring of Latino/a Studies
“The collection’s expansion of American literary history is also evident in the inclusion of Central American textualities, which have been overlooked in most fields of study. In sum, the 15 essays Lazo and Aleman bring together offer new frameworks to better understand and examine 19th-century Latina/o hemispheric movements.”
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