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Displacements And Autobiography In Cuban-American Fiction, Isabel Alvarez-Borland Jan 1994

Displacements And Autobiography In Cuban-American Fiction, Isabel Alvarez-Borland

Spanish Department Faculty Scholarship

My study seeks to trace the dramatization of the Cuban voice within the fictional world of Cuban American authors and to explore the solutions and substitutions these authors have devised in order to create a voice in a culture other than that of their country of birth


Reivindicación Del Conde Don Julián Y La Trilogía De Juan Goytisolo: La Dialéctica Entre El Individuo, La Historia Y El Discurso Literario, Estrella Cibreiro Jan 1994

Reivindicación Del Conde Don Julián Y La Trilogía De Juan Goytisolo: La Dialéctica Entre El Individuo, La Historia Y El Discurso Literario, Estrella Cibreiro

Spanish Department Faculty Scholarship

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A Reappraisal Of The Correpondence Of Violant De Bar, Dawn Bratsch-Prince Jan 1994

A Reappraisal Of The Correpondence Of Violant De Bar, Dawn Bratsch-Prince

World Languages and Cultures Publications

Notarial documents are an indispensible resource for the history of culture, politics, and literature, because they are free from much of the social and cultural prejudices that color many literary texts. As the Spanish literary critic, Maria Eugenia Lacarra, rightly states in a recent article on feminist approaches to medieval Spanish history and literature «It is unfortunate that notarial documents, which are the least ideologically contaminated sources and therefore the most reliable, have been least studied [by literary historians]» (r988, r4). Precisely because this type of source material helps the critic see past culturally propagated misrepresentations of reality, Lacarra advocates ...