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Photograph, Grace Du Garr 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Grace Du Garr

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Crépuscule: Sunset, Patricia Newton 2021 Denison University

Crépuscule: Sunset, Patricia Newton

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Photograph, Patrick Hamilton 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Patrick Hamilton

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Collage, Jessica Nelson 2021 Denison University

Collage, Jessica Nelson

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Vigilancia Y Dictadura En Los Vigilantes De Diamela Eltit, Diana Dixon 2021 Denison University

Vigilancia Y Dictadura En Los Vigilantes De Diamela Eltit, Diana Dixon

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The Chilean author, Diamela Eltit, is known as a writer who discusses oppression of women and the historical-cultural conditions that Chile has lived in over the past thirty years. Her literary style creates an opportunity for writers and artists to express and demonstrate political resistance in an obviously defiant manner. In much of her writing, Eltit examines society after the coup d'état in 1973 and the dictatorship of Pinochet in Chile. She evokes a vivid image of life during the dictatorship, or in the case of her novel, Los vigilantes, under the effects of dictatorial oppression.

The novel, Los ...


Photograph, Catherine Mehta 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Catherine Mehta

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El Padre Mío Y Su Familia Maldita, Ryan Ahlrich 2021 Denison University

El Padre Mío Y Su Familia Maldita, Ryan Ahlrich

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In this essay, I interpret the experimental film El padre mío (1985) by Diamela Eltit and Loty. The film explores the symbolic father figure of Dictator Augusto Pinochet. Cinematic techniques are used to emphasize his changing role in Chilean society. I focus on the concept of “family”—that is, as a symbol of Chilean national identity—as it transitions through the chronology found within El padre mío. At first, the elimination of individualism within the Pinochet-headed “family” allows for a clear understanding of its nature and the inherent components of uniformity, conformity, structure, and censorship. When Pinochet is removed from ...


Photograph, Charles O'Keefe 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Charles O'Keefe

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Lumpérica: La Teatralización Del Estado, Janine Waranowicz 2021 Denison University

Lumpérica: La Teatralización Del Estado, Janine Waranowicz

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In the contemporary Chilean novel, Lumpérica, author Diamela Eltit makes a strong statement about the brutality of Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship in Chile and the effects of this rule over the Chilean people and society. Within the text, Eltit cleverly disguises various components of the dictatorship into theatrical symbols in order to create a sense of theatricality about the “production” put on by the dictatorship. The imagery and symbolism show the interrogating nature of the dictatorship, as well as the physical and mental constraints placed upon the country’s citizens throughout this era. In Lumpérica, one is able to feel ...


Corriendo Hacia La Luna: Running Toward The Moon, Catherine Mehta 2021 Denison University

Corriendo Hacia La Luna: Running Toward The Moon, Catherine Mehta

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Photograph, Catherine Mehta 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Catherine Mehta

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Photograph, Catherine Mehta 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Catherine Mehta

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Subíndice: Subscript, Lauren Mallett 2021 Denison University

Subíndice: Subscript, Lauren Mallett

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Photograph, Patrick Hamilton 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Patrick Hamilton

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Monologue, Reyna Jagtiani 2021 Denison University

Monologue, Reyna Jagtiani

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Photograph, Charles O'Keefe 2021 Denison University

Photograph, Charles O'Keefe

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Back Matter, 2021 Denison University

Back Matter

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Tico Et Les Ailes D’Or, Jane Harbison 2021 Denison University

Tico Et Les Ailes D’Or, Jane Harbison

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This is a wonderful story about a little bird named Tico who at the beginning of the story has no wings. He is visited by the Wishingbird, who grants him a pair of beautiful Golden Wings. Tico loves his new wings that allow him to reach new heights, but he is criticized by his friends for being different, and goes into exile. He soon meets many poor people who need his help, and he helps them by giving them golden feathers. Every time he gives a golden feather away, a black one grows in its place. After he has given ...


Identité: Identity, Rachel Grotheer 2021 Denison University

Identité: Identity, Rachel Grotheer

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L’Arbre De La Francophonie: The Tree Of The Francophone World, Cara Downs 2021 Denison University

L’Arbre De La Francophonie: The Tree Of The Francophone World, Cara Downs

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