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SANTILLANA, Daniel. "Silouettes That Go Past": a Column by Ángel de Campo (Micrós). Andamios [online]. 2008, vol.5, n.9, pp.47-75. ISSN 1870-0063.

Although the remarkable writing career of Ángel de Campo y Valle ("Micrós") (1868-1908) consisted of newspapers sketches, (almost) two novels (one of them hopelessly lost) and stories and chronicles to magazines and newspapers, around 60% of his works lay unpublished until now in some Mexican archives. Therefore, I have begun a new research project in Mexican periodicals in order to find some of De Campo's lost productions. Due to the length of this article, I present here only a partial result of my search: seven of the 32 "Siluetas que pasan" chronicles I found in 1899's El Mundo -daily edition-.

Keywords : 19th Century Mexican Literature; Ángel de Campo (Micrós) and Flaubert: a relationship; The recovery of an unpublished column of Micrós; "Silouettes that Pass By".

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