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Women and Power in Argentine Literature

Stories, Interviews, and Critical Essays (Texas Pan American Literature in Translation)

by Gwendolyn DГ­az

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by University of Texas Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literary studies: general,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • Spanish,
  • Argentina,
  • American - Hispanic American,
  • Literary Criticism & Collections / Hispanic American,
  • 20th century,
  • Argentine literature,
  • History and criticism,
  • Interviews,
  • Women Authors,
  • Women authors, Argentine

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages392
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10293569M
    ISBN 100292716494
    ISBN 109780292716490

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Women and Power in Argentine Literature by Gwendolyn DГ­az Download PDF EPUB FB2

The fifteen writers chosen for Women and Power in Argentine Literature include famous names such as Valenzuela, as well as authors anthologized for the first time, most notably María Kodama, widow of Jorge Luis Borges.

Each chapter begins with a "verbal portrait," editor Gwendolyn Díaz's personal impression of the author at ease, formed through hours of 5/5(1). : Women and Power in Argentine Literature: Stories, Interviews, and Critical Essays (Texas Pan American Literature in Translation Series) 5/5(1).

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Each chapter begins with a "verbal portrait," editor Gwendolyn Díaz's personal impression of the author at ease, formed through hours of. Women and Power in Argentine Literature Book Description: The astonishing talent of Argentine women writers belies the struggles they have faced-not merely as overlooked authors, but as women of conviction facing oppression.

Inspiring as well as insightful, Women and Power in Argentine Literature is ultimately about women who, in Déaz's words, "choose to speak their truth regardless of the consequences." Excerpt When considering the topic of Argentine women, particularly as it relates to power, the image of Eva Perón is inescapable.

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Women are having a moment—though this aged cynic believes it will last only a moment. And into this moment steps Mary Beard, /5.

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Through books, women have been teaching other women for generations. Our female ancestors had it pretty tough, but they still managed to grace the pages of books in style, shutting down the Author: Emma Oulton.

The astonishing talent of Argentine women writers belies the struggles they faced - not merely as overlooked authors, but as women of conviction facing oppression. Not surprisingly, power is an inescapable theme in Argentine women's fiction.

This work shows how the dynamics of power capture not only the political world but also the personal one. Argentine Literary Authors.

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Argentine literature, i.e. the set of literary works produced by writers who originated from Argentina, is one of the most prolific, relevant and influential in the whole Spanish speaking world, with renowned writers such as Jorge Luis Borges, Julio Cortázar, Leopoldo Lugones and Ernesto Sabato.

POWER AND POWERLESSNESS On Power and the Literary Text Barbara Bellow Watson For about years, all discussions of women and power have had to deal with the old and unsavory notion that the proper exercise of power for women was through the use of their sexual attractions to influence men.

Born inSilvina Ocampo is one of Argentina’s most well-known short fiction writers. She published eight books of poetry and eight of stories, in addition to the notable Antología de literature fantástica that she edited with her husband, fellow Argentine sci-fi writer Adolfo Bioy Casares, and arguably the most famous Argentine writer Jorge Luis : Virginia Isaad.

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Here's a shocker — female authors and book reviewers are still grossly underrepresented in the literary world. Gender disparity in major literary publications and book reviews is still abysmal.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. With clearsightedness and wry humour, this self-described 'gobby woman' proves public speech is no longer the preserve of maleness.

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