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Point of Contact Volume 8 No. 1-2: Anniversary Issue 30 Years (Paperback)

Pedro Cuperman

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Paperback. Part of Point of Contact series, this book includes thirty-three essays and conversations with some of critical thinkers, among them: Thomas Bishop, Alicia Borinsky, Nicolas Calas, Julio .Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 389 pages. 0.921. Bookseller Inventory # 9780978823108

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Title: Point of Contact Volume 8 No. 1-2: ...

Binding: Paperback

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Edition: 30th.

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Point of Contact, the book series, commemorates thirty years of publishing with an exceptional anthology edition featuring a selection of some of its most memorable articles, a collection of thirty-three essays and conversations with some of today's most exciting critical thinkers, among them: Thomas Bishop, Alicia Borinsky, Nicolas Calas, Julio Cortazar, Pedro Cuperman, Vicente Fatone, Jean Franco, Carlos Fuentes, Gloria Gibson, Hector Libetella, Mercedes Lopez-Baralt, Floyd Merrell, Julio Ortega, Raimon Panikkar, Elena Poniatowska, Manuel Puig, Jose Sanjines, Severo Sarduy, Dina and Joel Scherzer, Owen Shapiro, Jaqueline Simon (with Terry Karten), W. D. Snodgrass, Robert Stam, Douglas Unger, Peter Wollen, Che-Tsung Yau, Saul Yurkievich and Andrew Waggoner.


"Point of Contact's 30th Anniversary Issue is compelling, extremely brave, and most impressive. As editor, Pedro Cuperman has splendidly accomplished the difficult and subtle task of making the two American hemispheres converse about the best and most novel that they have, the most adventurous and venturous, the swiftest, the future, the intriguing and mysterious. A magnificent coat of arms takes shape in the extraordinary selection of names and writings, a discourse in originality. Point of Contact can only ascend in its own synthesis, vision and generosity as it continues on its path, ever more lucid and vital. My sincere reverence and enthusiasm for this accomplished work." - Ivonne Bordelois, Linguist, poet, whose recent work El pais nos habla, received the Essay Award by La Nacion and Editorial Sudamericana in 2006, Buenos Aires, Argentina."

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