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Index Italicized page numbers refer to ­illustrations. Adelante, 165–67 aesthetics: in journalism, 81–84; Latin American, 123; of latinophilia, 116; of modernization, 129; of music in poetry, 144, 152; of revolution, 172, 198; of travel writing, 45; of tropical ecology, 47–49, 135. See also landscape; music Africa, 2, 63, 144, 162, 214 African Americans: culture of, 165; identity of, 164; literature of, 167–68; music of, 167, 190; in New York, 87; as refugees , 9, 163, 203–5; revival of, 148, 152; southern, 122; as underdeveloped, 131. See also Black culture; Black internationalism ; Harlem; Harlem Renaissance Africanization, 30, 38 afrocubanismo, 146, 161–64, 165–69, 238n49. See also Adelante; Black culture; Black internationalism; Guillén, Nicolás; Harlem; Harlem Renaissance; Havana; Hughes, Langston; Urrutia, Gustavo; vanguardismo Age of Development, 8, 17, 220n51. See also Cold War; development; underdevelopment Alliance for Progress, 14, 191, 204, 220n51 American exceptionalism, 2, 26, 32, 61, 205, 209 American studies. See hemispheric American studies America’s Coming of Age (Brooks), 121 anachronism, 32, 221n18; Cuba as, 35, 37, 43, 213; Latin America as, 11–12, 19, 20, 23, 28–29, 54; New Mexico as, 61; of the revolutionary, 38, 41, 189. See also backwardness; Blake, or the Huts of America; futurity; progress analogy: in poetry, 151, 236n12; in travel writing, 46, 60, 63, 116; of ­ underdevelopment, 73, 85, 86, 204, 207–8. See also metaphor;­tautology Anglo-African Magazine, The, 39 Anglo-America: critiques of, 122; and Cuba, 26, 33–37, 39, 41; domesticity of, 52; imperialism of, 24; latinophilia of, 112, 118, 142; materialism of, 123; popular culture of, 170, 175–77, 180–81, 183; power of, 2; views of Latin America, 11, 20, 47–49, 51. See also Anglo-Saxon Anglo-Saxon: “culture,” 25, 121; as racial category, 32–33, 43, 75 annexationism, 20, 24–43, 75, 100, 222n24. See also Cuba; empire; O’Sullivan, John; republicanism; slavery; U.S. South anticolonialism, 2, 9; in Cuba, 144;­ imperialist, 30; and revolution, 172, 202. See also colonialism; empire; Saco, José Antonio; third world Arauz, Pablo, 197, 199 Asociación Adelante, 165 Austin, Mary, 132, 133, 134–35; The Land of Little Rain, 130–31 “Ayé me dijeron negro” (Guillén), 151–52 Baca, Jimmy Santiago: “Invasions,” 210, 213 272 Index backwardness, 1, 5, 8, 209, 221n18: and anachronism, 29; and climate, 58; of Cuba, 20, 37, 41, 64, 73, 104; as cultural wealth, 113–14, 116, 119, 123, 128–29; and Latin America, 3, 21; and the U.S., 14, 60–62, 107, 163, 204–5. See also climate; colonialism; landscape; progress; wilderness banana republic, 175, 203, 208–9; in film, 173, 178 Bananas! (film), 176, 186 bandit(ry), 170, 171, 185, 205, 240n26; Augusto Sandino as, 174; Pancho Villa as, 180–82, 184, 240n30; revolution as, 176 Bandung Conference, 202–3 Bangs, John Kendrick: Uncle Sam, Trustee, 107 Baraka, Amiri: “Cuba Libre,” 190–91 baseball, 137, 142, 157 Battle with the Slum, The (Riis), 77, 91 Beach, Moses Yale, 27 Beals, Carlton, 111, 113, 117; The Crime of Cuba, 123 Beat culture, 110, 141, 190–91 Benson, Wilfrid, 5, 7 Betancourt Cisneros, Gaspar (El Lugareño), 27–28, 30, 35, 36, 39, 100, 221n15 Black culture, 21, 165, 168, 217n5;­ Cuban, 157; literature, 166; white­ interest in, 159. See also African­Americans; afrocubanismo; Black internationalism; blues; Cuba; diaspora; Harlem; Havana; Hughes, Langston; Guillén, Nicolás; music; son blackface, 7, 74, 217n5 Blackfeet, 125 Black internationalism, 158, 161–62, 168. See also afrocubanismo; Black culture; Harlem; Havana; Urrutia, Gustavo Black Power movement, 205 Blake, or the Huts of America (Delaney), 38–42, 65, 223n60 Bland, William, 23, 26, 28; The Awful Doom of the Traitor; or the Terrible Fate of the Guilty, 23–24, 25 blues (music), 144–45, 155, 165, 167, 169; and poetry, 145, 166; and son, 147–51. See also Motivos de son; son; “Weary Blues, The” Bly, Nellie, 52, 55, 224n27 border, 3, 10; ambiguity of, 187; crossings, 22, 63, 111, 140–41, 149, 160, 172, 176, 182–84, 204; as fabricated, 60; invisibility of, 32, 117; towns, 12, 57; U.S., 11, 25, 177, 180, 213 borderlands, 13, 34, 60, 131 Boti, Regino, 165, 167–68 bourgeoisie. See middle class Bourne, Randolph, 121; “Transnational America,” 122 Brasília, 68–69 Brazil, 28–29, 154, 187, 207, 225n29; modernization of, 68; slavery in, 42. See also climate Brazil on the Move (Dos Passos), 68 Brenner, Anita, 109, 113–14, 117, 120, 128; Idols behind Altars, 129–30...

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