Ginway, M. Elizabeth. Cyborgs, Sexuality, and the Undead: The Body in Mexican and Brazilian Speculative Fiction. Vanderbilt UP, 2020.
In this study of speculative fiction from two literary heavyweights in Latin America, Brazil and Mexico, M. Elizabeth Ginway focuses on the representation of one icon, the human body, across different historical periods in these two countries. The author has chosen Mexico and Brazil for their many literary, cultural, and historical similarities.
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