The Woman in Latin American and Spanish Literature

The Woman in Latin American and Spanish Literature

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Noted scholars of Latin American and Spanish literature here explore the literary history of Latin America through the representation of iconic female characters. Focusing both on canonical novels and on works virtually unknown outside their original countries, the essays discuss the important ways in which these characters represent nature, history, race and sex, the effects of globalization, and the unknowable qother.q They examine how both male and female writers portray Latin American women, reinterpreting the dynamics between the genders across boundaries and historical periods.Essays on Iconic Characters Eva Paulino Bueno, MarAsa Claudia AndrAc ... In the case of Madalena, it is the disrupting of the traditional what-does-it-mean-to-be-a- good-wife narrative that inflicts anxiety and linguistic uncertainties. In the caseanbsp;...

Title:The Woman in Latin American and Spanish Literature
Author: Eva Paulino Bueno, María Claudia André
Publisher:McFarland - 2012-03-22

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