I am putting Arguedas and Vallejo in my book.
The book will be a series of overlapping essays. I can publish some of them ahead and then put revised versions of them in the said book.
One of them, a finished one, is arguably the best thing I ever wrote but is not publishable on its own; it and some of the other pieces will make the book new even if parts of it have been published before.
The book will not propose a definitive or overarching theory.
Neither will it focus narrowly on only a few texts.
It will include discussion of some late 20th century texts, after all.
This is feasible because I am not looking to trace a single trajectory or propose that a single key opens all the doors.
I am saying these things now and this plan will help move things along, but watch the actual book turn out to be much more cohesive than I am now saying it will be.