- Title Pages
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IntroductionIntimate Frontiers: A Literary Geography of the Amazon
- The Jungle Like a Sunday at Home: Rafael Uribe Uribe, Miguel Triana, and the Nationalization of the Amazon
- Hildebrando Fuentes’s Peruvian Amazon: National Integration and Capital in the Jungle
- Contested Frontiers: Territory and Power in Euclides da Cunha’s Amazonian Texts
- ‘Splendid testemunhos’: Documenting Atrocities, Bodies, and Desire in Roger Casement’s Black Diaries
- A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: The Cauchero of the Amazonian Rubber Groves
- Endless Stories: Perspectivism and Narrative Form in Native Amazonian Literature
Malarial Philosophy: The Modernista Amazonia of Mário de Andrade
- The Politics of Vegetating in Arturo Burga Freitas’s Mal de gente
- Filming Modernity in the Tropics: The Amazon, Walt Disney, and the Antecedents of Modernization Theory
- The Western ‘Baptism’ of Yurupary: Reception and Rewritings of an Amazonian Foundational Myth
- Photography, Inoperative Ethnography, Naturalism: On Sharon Lockhart’s Amazon Project
- Nostalgia and Mourning in Milton Hatoum’s Órfãos do Eldorado
- Editors and Contributors
A Literary Geography of the Amazon
- Intimate Frontiers
- Liverpool University Press
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