Fontanet, Hernán

Hernan Fontanet has earned two MAs, one from Spain in European Studies, and the other from Argentina in Spanish Studies, and a Ph.D. in Latin American Literature from the Universidad Complutense of Madrid. He has taught are Yale, Buenos Aires, Rider, Almería, Fayetteville, and Belgrano.

Fervor Y Exilio En La PoÉtica De Humberto Costantini
2008 0-7734-5199-4
This study examines the poetic compositions of Humberto Costantini, an Argentinean writer who died in 1987, after living in exile in Mexico for seven years. The author illustrates the mode in which Costantini approaches a contrasting conflict: his love for Buenos Aires and his wrenching and sorrowful distress for those things that were not possible. This book contains 28 black and white photographs and 14 color photographs.

Modelo Y SubversiÓn En La PoÉtica De LeÓnidas Lamborghini
2008 0-7734-4884-5
Leónidas Lamborghini is one of the most well known, but least studied, contemporaneous Argentinean poets. This work examines the influence of the poet’s country’s tumultuous past on poetic compositions The study illustrates the mode in which Lamborghini approaches a contrasting conflict: his love for Buenos Aires and the frustrations produced by his exile. This book contains thirty-two black and white photographs and ten color photographs. In Spanish.