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The mixing of the invader with the indigene had not produced in Peru a more or less homogeneous type. To the Iberian and Quechua blood had been added a copious flow of African blood. Later the importation of coolies added some Asian blood.

Therefore, there were not one but rather diverse types of criollos and mestizos. But, rather than an exclusively Iberian offshoot, the real-life criollos present indigenous, African, and even Asian influence.

Nevertheless, the true opposition here is between criollos, presented as inheritors of the Spaniards, if not necessarily descendants, and the indigenous cultures and population in the Andes.

Given that throughout both the colonial and republican periods, and even before the massive migration from the countryside to the cities in the second half of the twentieth century, individuals of indigenous heritage have lived along the coast, it is possible to interpret this text as implying principally a cultural opposition without denying that it has an important racial component.

A criollo is a person who accepts the Spanish inheritance or benefits from it, regardless of racial makeup. The frequent association of hybridity with resistance or subversion of systems of domination is thus not automatically applicable to the Latin American literary and cultural tradition. Nevertheless, despite this link between power and hybridity, there is frequently an artistic and epistemological subversiveness to the criollo intellectual production.

The criollo is opposed positionally, though not necessarily personally, to both the foreign and the indigenous; in other words, to the colonizer and the colonized. For Fanon, a colonial society is one in which the European colonizer faces the colonized local subject.

If the criollo is the inheritor of Hispanic culture, this does not imply racial or cultural purity. But the criollo is necessarily differentiated from subaltern ethnic groups, especially Amerindians.

If one wants to see in criollos a source of resistance, it is an unusual one, in which participation and collusion are as constitutive as opposition to unequal world economic and cultural systems. Mainstream intellectuals and writers from Latin America thus differ from those belonging to other postcolonial societies. Unlike Latin America, which, as the name implies, sees itself as participant in European culture, other postcolonial societies often trace their history to a pre-European past as justification for claims of cultural independence from their metropolis.

Needless to say, the separation from, even opposition to, subaltern ethnic groups that is constitutive of the criollo has made it difficult for Latin American intellectuals to go beyond the rhetorical claims of cultural and racial communality of mestizaje.

In Indo-America [Latin America], the circumstances are not the same.

One may add that the supposed existence of a solid non-Western culture and identity was one of the main propellants of the anticolonial and anti-imperialist revolutions of the twentieth century. This radical separation described by the Peruvian critic does not take place to the same degree in those countries in the region where large, culturally and linguistically distinct, indigenous populations no longer exist.

The fact remains that the position of the criollo writer or intellectual, at least in its imaginary aspects, differs substantially from that occupied by intellectuals in other postcolonial areas.

But unlike writers and intellectuals from the Anglophone postcolonial world, in particular those from the United States, they have not been able to unproblematically take on the mantle of inheritors of Western culture.

Like writers from Asia and Africa, they live in semi-colonial countries. Thus the criollo is firmly located in Western culture, but at its margins. As many critics have noted, there are several significant continuous indigenous, as well as regional, cultures that cannot be assimilated into the culture of the criollo. Having experienced the persistence of the colonial opposition between colonizer and colonized, in addition to contemporary capitalist modes of exploitation, indigenous and other subaltern groups have in response frequently created cultures of re sistance.

Literature—both oral and written—in indigenous languages, testimonial narratives, folk performances, and even popular media permit the Latin American subaltern to speak. Iberian colonialism signaled a turning point in world history. Not only did European power and culture begin its process of expansion and imposition throughout lands and populations unknown to the West, but also new, unequal flows of resources favoring colonial powers were for the first time established on a planetary scale.

Furthermore, the pivotal role played by Spain and Portugal is evidenced by the fact that they developed two of the central institutions characteristic of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century colonialism and beyond—slavery and the plantation system—as well as the ultimate ideological basis on which colonialism would be built: racism. Thus despite the obvious differences between colonial and postcolonial situations in Latin America and elsewhere, there is an underlying structural commonality.

But the condition of the criollo, neither colonizer nor colonized, both exploiter and exploited, establishes a significant cultural and objective regional difference.

Globalization is, among other things, the complete incorporation of the postcolonial areas, already part of the world economy, into an international cultural system.

Thus one can raise the question as to whether the criollo cultural location—one of full though, paradoxically, at the same time marginal and frequently resistant belonging—is not becoming the norm. Without denying the existence of groups and individuals that reject this cultural expansion of the world system and the preservative evolution of the neocolonial structures within it, it is possible to see much contemporary postcolonial culture as written from a quasi-criollo position.

In fact, the role played by Latin American literature in the development of postcolonial literature—as well as, to a lesser degree, the development of literature of other semi-peripheric areas—can be seen as a de facto indication of the similarity between the cultural locations occupied by these postcolonial elites and those occupied by Latin American criollos. As we have seen, economic and class differences that are constitutive of the world economic system contradict any putative commonality among classes and groups in former colonies.

Even more relevant given the incorporation of postcolonial elites into a global culture, the existence of a linguistic difference between the elites and the subaltern, a situation characteristic of the Andean region, has become the norm throughout much of the postcolonial world. At the same time, as we will see, the notion of Latin America, as well as the existence of a distinct Latin American identity, has been problematized by economic and cultural globalization.

The authors, texts, and polemics described in each chapter overlap chronologically with periods when changes were happening in the manner in which Latin America participated in the world economy. The backdrop to the polemic of the intellectual meridian and the writings of Jorge Luis Borges was the progressive rise of the United States as the center of the world economic and cultural systems. The music and writings of the Brazilian pop star Caetano Veloso responded to the crisis of the world system in the late s and to the rise of an international youth movement firmly centered on U.

The last two chapters and the epilogue deal with globalization as experienced in Latin America. The correlation between social, economic, and literary changes described above should not be taken as implying a vulgar Marxist perspective in which modifications in the economic infrastructure—the full establishment of colonial economic relations, capitalist modernization, globalization, and so on—directly determine the evolution of literary styles—American baroque, modernismo, and post-boom.

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Some of the key questions raised by the subordinated insertion of Latin America in world economic and cultural systems were discussed in an important exchange published in New Left Review during and Literary production in Latin America and all other peripheric areas would thus be the result of the interaction of the Western tsunami and the local trees.

Despite her emphasis on the importance of the innovations achieved by the dominated as they search for and appropriate modernity, this agency is only reactive. The idea that peripheric literatures are in principle anachronistic, a notion central to Casanova, had been already proposed by the Mexican Alfonso Reyes.

The emphasis, however, has frequently been placed on the transformations made on European and North American culture rather than on its imitativeness. As Kristal writes: I am arguing. Furthermore, not only forms are created in the periphery, but also there is an internal dynamic to literary creation in Latin America.

Writers had been aware of the Peninsular novelistic tradition, even if, for bizarre political reasons, Spain forbade the publication of novels in the region. The transplantation of the modern novel and, more generally, narrative to Latin America, therefore, implies the adoption of genres separated by only one degree from the Hispanic narrative tradition.

Being part of the economic periphery cannot annul a history of cultural participation. And now I say before the tribunal of international thinkers that is listening: recognize the right to universal citizenship which we have won.

We have attained our majority.

Very soon you will get accustomed to having us with you. Therefore, in my opinion, by , writers in Latin America had achieved near contemporaneity with those of Europe. Kristal is correct in noting what should be obvious: Forms, that is, innovation, not to mention literary works of the highest caliber, can be created just as well in the periphery as in the center.

He also proves convincingly the presence of sometimes explicit and sometimes hidden transference of forms from the periphery to the center.

But the existence of innovative work in the periphery does not necessarily imply a full equality of exchange. Magical Realism is a case in point.

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And one can add that Palma is an unknown name. But one must still take into account the fact that modernity—which can be rejected, copied, or transculturated—is still determined and defined in Europe and North America. However, the Nicaraguan poet felt the need to turn to French literature in order to modernize Latin American literature. One must remember that in addition to the world or pan—Latin American literary systems, there are supranational, national, and intranational literatures that have divergent and, on occasion, alternative logics to the larger fields.

Kristal did not deal with these smaller regional, national, and local literary fields due to the fact that the explicit topic of the New Left Review debate was world literature.

The case of indigenismo—a literature that attempted to represent the lives of Andean Indians—can serve as an example of how the internal logic of specific national and regional literatures helps explain phenomena that from a world perspective can only seem to exemplify aesthetic backwardness.

The heyday of indigenismo is roughly synchronous with that of international modernism—s and s. In fact, even Vallejo wrote an indigenista novel, El tungsteno Tungsten , despite the profoundly avant-garde nature of his poetry. Indigenismo was a reaction to the fact that Peru was an agrarian country with a rigid division between urban and rural regions, where the exploitation of the indigenous peasants was the most blatant example of class and racial oppression.

This logic is related to a specific national and sub regional cultural, social, and economic reality. The case of indigenismo underscores the need to supplement theories of world literature with careful analyses of local cultural and social realities. Latin American literature, therefore, exhibits an uncanny sense of similarity and difference from that of the central countries.

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