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Pero no lo hice… la idea de partir sin rumbo, sin una brújula que orientase mis pasos me aterraba. ” (On more than one occasion I had thought about running away, emancipating myself and forging my own life. But I didn’t do it …the thought of taking off without any direction, without a compass to guide my steps, terrified me. I felt so weak and inept). Encyclopedia of Latin American literature 18 José Antonio Pastrana is the protagonist of the Ecuadorian Nelson Estupiñán Bass’s 1966 novel, El último río [Pastrana’s Last River].
Greaser, Austin: University of Texas Press, 1984 Oviedo, José Miguel, Historia de la literatura hispanoamericana, vol. , Nueva narrativa hispanoamericana, 2nd edition, Madrid: Cátedra, 1983 Yurkievich, Saúl, Fundadores de la nueva poesía latinoamericana: Vallejo, Huidobro, Borges, Girondo, Neruda, Paz, Lezama Lima, Barcelona: Ariel, 1984 ——Identidad cultural de Iberoamérica en su literatura, Madrid: Alhambra, 1986 Zea, Leopoldo (editor), Fuentes de la cultura latinoamericana, 3 vols, Mexico City: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1993 [Important selection of essays by men of ideas.
Encyclopedia of Latin American literature 18 José Antonio Pastrana is the protagonist of the Ecuadorian Nelson Estupiñán Bass’s 1966 novel, El último río [Pastrana’s Last River]. The burly black man takes charge of his life lifting himself from the ranks of the oppressed to those of the oppressor. His metamorphosis is achieved through trickery. He is not a classic pícaro, however. He becomes far too powerful for that. Indeed, he is a cimarrón gone awry becoming worse than the slavemaster himself.