Brumal. Revista de investigación sobre lo Fantástico

“At noon it is already night in Brumal”. With these unsettling words, which close the short story, Spanish author Cristina Fernández Cubas synthesises the fantastic dimension of the mysterious place in which “Los altillos de Brumal” (“The Attics of Brumal”) is set: a space of blurry limits and dimensions, a liminal territory (it is not a coincidence that, combining its letters, the world “threshold”, umbral in Spanish, is formed) that does not appear in maps and yet is part of our world. Brumal is a domain that subverts our codes of reality.

Vol 7, No 2 (2019): Fantastic and ideology

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Table of Contents

Monograph

Alfons Gregori
7-12
Norma Beatriz Salguero Castro
13-36
Carme Gregori Soldevila
37-53
Felipe Oliver Fuentes
55-66
Ricardo González-García
67-89
Ellen Lambrechts
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91-110
Sara González Bernárdez
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111-131

Miscellaneous

J. Àngel Cano Mateu
135-156
Anderson Lopes da Silva
157-177
María Isabel Escalas Ruiz
179-204
Raquel Alvarez Alvarez
205-227

Reviews

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Charles St-Georges, Haunted Families and Temporal Normativity in Hispanic Horror Films. Troubling Timelines, Lexington Books, Nueva York, 2019.
Álvaro Fernández
231-233
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Patricia García y Teresa López-Pellisa (eds.), Fantastic Short Stories by Women Authors from Spain and Latin America: A Critical Anthology, University of Wales Press, Cardiff, 2019.
Kiersty Lemon-Rogers
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235-239