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Professor Jehenson, well known for her work on pastoral literature, and Professor Dunn, a renowned Golden Age Hispanist, have joined forces.
Barillas contends that "the appeal of pastoral literature derives, in large part, from its insistence on particularities both local and personal" (xiv), and in the ensuing chapters Barillas focuses on just such elements.
9] The colonial enterprise, argued Marx, was in part generated by, and in part generative of, a pastoral discourse which sought very literally to find the ever-receding bucolic world imagined in pastoral literature in the very definite, physical location of the untouched wilderness of prospective colonies.