BELLO AND BOLÍVAR. POETRY AND POLITICS IN THE SPANISH AMERICAN REVOLUTION.
Cambridge/New York, Cambridge University Press, (Cambridge studies in Latin American and Iberian literature, 6), 1992. xiii, 208p., tables, index, boards, dj Good Hardcover 052141248X "Through a detailed study of the manuscripts of Bello's unfinished poem América, Antonio Cussen reconstructs Bello's version of the Revolution and seeks to understand its political and cultural consequences. The author argues that Bello recorded the disintegration of the Augustan model of power and intimidated the inevitable approach of liberalism...". Includes notes. Inscribed by the author to Simon Collier (Item ID: 109796)