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  Volume 2, Number 2, Summer 2002

Table of Contents

From: CR: The New Centennial Review

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Editors' Note

pp. ix-x
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Introduction

Introduction: "Origins" of Postmodern Cuba

pp. 1-17
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Special Section:
Selected articles from Orígenes (1944-56) and Ciclón (1955-59),
Translated by Stephen D. Gingerich

Orígenes: The Last Cuban Avant-garde

Origins

pp. 19-21
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After the Rare, Strangeness

pp. 22-29
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Possible Images I

pp. 29-41
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Possible Images II

pp. 42-55
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Signs: The Other Disintegration

pp. 56-57
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In the Essence of Styles

pp. 58-66
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The Secularity of Jose Marti

pp. 66-67
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From Origenes to Julian Orbon

pp. 68-73
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Poetry as Fidelity

pp. 73-83
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Ciclón: Post-Avant-garde Cuba

A Clean State

pp. 85-88
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Cuba and Literature

pp. 89-100
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Culture and Morality

pp. 101-104
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Note on Pornography

pp. 105-109
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The Old Man and the Brand-name

pp. 110-115
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Freud and Freud

pp. 116-118
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Story of the Sierra

pp. 118-127
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The Flood

pp. 127-134
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A Refutation of Vitier

pp. 134-150
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Articles

Origenes and the Poetics of History

pp. 151-185
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Casey's Nineteenth Century and the Ciclon Project

pp. 187-200
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The Novels of Origenes

pp. 201-230
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Virgilio Pinera and the Formulation of a National Literature

pp. 231-251
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Exhuming Lunes de Revolucion

pp. 253-283
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Book Reviews

Leaving Us for Nowhere: The Cuban Pursuit of "the American Dream"

pp. 285-298
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Brazil Through Elimination or Ethnicity?

pp. 299-308
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Contributors

pp. 309-312
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Research Areas

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