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JOSE GARCIA VILLA: REPETITION COMPULSION, TRAUMA, AND THE HAUNTING OF PATRIARCHAL POETICS


JOSE GARCIA VILLA: A POST-MORTEM REPORT (Revised and Expanded) by E. SAN JUAN, Jr. A single motive underlies all my work and defines my intention as a serious artist: the search for the metaphysical meaning of man’s life in the … Continue reading

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JOSE GARCIA VILLA, Resurrection or Second Coming?


JOSE GARCIA VILLA: Autopsy and Post-Mortem of Doveglion, Resurrection or Second Coming? by E. SAN JUAN, Jr. Fellow, W.E. B. Du Bois Institute, Harvard University 1. In the gloom of this worst depression in the history of global capitalism, can … Continue reading

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JOSE GARCIA VILLA, FILIPINO POET IN THE UNITED STATES


SALVAGING THE DISAPPEARED POET: The Case of Jose Garcia Villa (Transcript of a lecture at the University of Michigan, 1989) by E. SAN JUAN, Jr. After reading the poem (“The Anchored Angel”) which I’ve just circulated here, you’re bound to … Continue reading

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