Category: Vol. 16

Latest edition available

The editorial team of Hispanic Culture Review is pleased to announce that the contributions of the journal’s latest printed edition are now available in this blog. We hope that you enjoy a variety of works that represent the multiple facets of Hispanic culture, but that also crosses all borders.

Coca-Cola is African, Qaddafi Says

By Edward Carvalho Indiana University of Pennsylvania For Ron Slate Yes, a white swirl moving tectonic over a grove of cacao smells as foul as its flower, yes, Colonel— But what happened to your love of Sheikhespeare, all the iambs of plastique? Tell me about the fuselage of a plane made to look like a …

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La Guerra Civil

Duelo A Garrotazos —Francisco de Goya, Museo del Prado, Madrid By Sofía M. Starnes I They look over their shoulder, eyes set on the exhibit overhead; it’s wringing out their heaven. We live off wounds, don’t we? How will our world sustain us— Today, half their body’s buried in the earth, as Goya’s giants, whose …

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