Afro-Hispanic literature

“El muerto, inexplicablemente, se multiplicó”. Revolución y malungaje en César Vallejo, Nicolás Guillén y Jesús Cos Causse.

By César Romero Fernández

Using the concept of “malungaje”—proposed by Jerome Branche—, a trans-local and trans-historical struggle against racial discrimination, I study the intersectionality of class and racial conscience in Cesar Vallejo, Nicolás Guillén, and Jesús Cos Causse. I analyze how Cos Causse re-interprets Vallejo’s and Guillen’s images of Marxist principles, to re-imagine Cuban revolutionary pursuit of equality from an Afro-diasporic perspective.

This article has been published at Revista Iberoamericana.

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