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eBook A Place in the Sun?: Women Writers in Twentieth-Century Cuba ePub

by Catherine Evans Davies

  • ISBN: 1856495418
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Catherine Evans Davies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Zed Books (March 15, 1998)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1120 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1355 kb
  • Other: lrf doc lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 736

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In this book, Catherine Davies develops a sophisticated and theoretically informed feminist reading of works by authors such . Women have published a rich and varied selection of work in Cuba throughout the twentieth century.

In this book, Catherine Davies develops a sophisticated and theoretically informed feminist reading of works by authors such as Dulce María Loynaz and the poet Fina García Marruz who developed their styles in the pre-Revolutionary period and black and mulatto poets such as Nancy Morejón, Georgina Herrera and Excilia Saldaña from the post-1959 socialist er. Their writings give us a crucial insight into the recent history of that country.

A Place in the Sun book. In this book, Catherine Davies develops a sophisticated and theoretically informed feminist reading of works by authors such as Dulce María Loynaz and the poet Fina García Marruz who developed t Women have published a rich and varied selection of work in Cuba throughout the twentieth century.

Women have published a rich and varied selection of work in Cuba throughout the twentieth century. Their writings give us a crucial insight into the recent history of that country

Women have published a rich and varied selection of work in Cuba throughout the twentieth century. Their writings give us a crucial insight into the recent history of that country A Place in the Sun?: Women Writers in Twentieth-Century Cuba. By Catherine Evans Davies, Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies Catherine Davies. Shop for Books on Google Play. Browse the world's largest eBookstore and start reading today on the web, tablet, phone, or ereader.

Women Writers in 20th Century Cuba. by Catherine Evans Davies. Women have published a rich and varied selection of work in Cuba throughout the twentieth century

Women Writers in 20th Century Cuba.

Leora Lev, Catherine Davies. Published: 1 January 1999. Keywords: Sun, Century Cuba, women writers, twentieth century, place.

Catherine Davies is a Professor of Hispanic and Latin American Studies at the University of Nottingham

Catherine Davies is a Professor of Hispanic and Latin American Studies at the University of Nottingham. She is author of Responding to Crisis in Contemporary Mexico (University of Arizona Press, 2005). Hilary Owen is Senior Lecturer in Portuguese at the University of Manchester.

Online version: Davies, Catherine, 1952- Place in the sun? London ; New Jersey : Zed Books ; New York, NY. .

Material Type: Internet resource. Introduction : ''Twixt the green sea and the azured vault' - Contexts : women writers in neo-colonial Cuba, 1900-59 - Mother Nation : female subjectivity and national identity in Cuba, 1900-35 - Dulce María Loynaz : horror of house and home - Fina García Marruz : love of mother and God - Contexts : women writers in post-revolutionary.

A Place in the Sun?: Women Writers in Twentieth-Century Cuba. Contents Introduction 1. Contexts: Women Writers In Neo-Colonial Cuba 1900-1959 2. Mother Nation: Female Subjectivity And National Identity In Cuba 1900-1935 3. Dulce Maria Loynaz: Horro. More).

A Place in the Sun? Women Writers in Twentieth-Century Cuba. Published March 15, 1998 by Zed Books.

A Place in the Sun Women Writers in Twentieth-Century CUBA. London & New Jersey: Zed Books Lt. 1997. Escritoras cubanas: Mirta Yáñez en Studi di letteratura ispano-americana. Caribbean Women Novelist. An annoted Critical Bibliography. Referencias bibliográficas sobre MY).

Women have published a rich and varied selection of work in Cuba throughout the twentieth century. Their writings give us a crucial insight into the recent history of that country. In this book, Catherine Davies develops a sophisticated and theoretically informed feminist reading of works by authors such as Dulce María Loynaz and the poet Fina García Marruz who developed their styles in the pre-Revolutionary period and black and mulatto poets such as Nancy Morejón, Georgina Herrera and Excilia Saldaña from the post-1959 socialist era. The author reads these key texts in ways that show how women’s writing can open up areas that resist alignment into the "grand narratives"--of liberalism, Marxism--that have usually dominated interpretations of Cuban culture. This is a major theoretical intervention into debates around representation.

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Centrizius Centrizius
very good and useful book, although some of the information is a bit biased. With few exceptions, writers who were members of the Communist Party get more attention that those who were not.
Arcanescar Arcanescar
Amazing