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by Julio Cortazar

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Seducing the Male-Reader: Julio Cortazar’s Hopscotch and the Pleasure of Losing
Examines the novel “as part of a self-reflexive and ludic tradition which includes such works as Laurence Sterne’s Tristram Shandy and Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer” and argues that it can “be seen as the erotic relationship between narrator and constructed reader.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Michael Hardin
From: International Fiction Review 1998; 25 no. 1-2:50-62

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