By Sophia McClennen
To light up Dorfman’s thematic matters, McClennen chronicles the writer’s existence, together with his reports operating with Salvador Allende and his exile from Chile in the course of the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, and he or she presents a cautious account of his literary and cultural affects. Tracing his literary occupation chronologically, McClennen translates Dorfman’s less-known texts along his such a lot recognized works, which come with How to learn Donald Duck, the pioneering critique of Western ideology and media tradition co-authored with Armand Mattelart, and the award-winning play Death and the Maiden. furthermore, McClennen presents invaluable appendices: a chronology documenting very important dates and occasions in Dorfman’s lifestyles, and an entire bibliography of his paintings in English and in Spanish.
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