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Synopsis : Letras Femeninas written by , published by which was released on 2000. Download Letras Femeninas Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Desde que me hice viajera siempre quise escribir literatura de viajes , un libro de bitácora de idas y venidas y exploraciones por el mundo . Pero siento que el mundo y la palabra están demasiado cercanos entre sí como para permitirme ... --
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005 - Publisher: Tamesis Books
"This study explores the interaction of language, culture and identity in contemporary Catalonia and rejects the exclusion of Castilian as a language capable of expressing 'Catalan-ness'"--Provided by publisher.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016 - Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
Silvia Roig explores the narrative of Aurora Bertrana (1892-1974), an unknown writer today, but a successful and recognized female author in Catalonia and Spain during the 20th century. Aurora Bertrana's works are almost never mentioned in manuals of literature. Her rich, intellectual work has not received the attention it deserves, relegated almost to absolute oblivion. The author reviews and studies twenty-four of Bertrana's novels written in Catalan and Spanish, including: Ariatea (1960), "El pomell de les violes" (MS), L'inefable Philip (MS), La aldea sin hombres (mn.), La madrecita de los cerdos (MS), Entre dos silencis (1958), La ninfa d'argila (1959), Frac s (1966) and La ciutat dels joves: reportatge fantasia (1971). She studies her work, published and unpublished, from a feminist approach, taking into account the intellectual history of Spain and Catalonia. Bertana's strong commitment to social issues reveals her association with the Modernist and Noucentists trends of her time. Bertrana's novels reveal a unique interest in non-Western cultures and lifestyles and her work undertakes controversial topics and socio-cultural issues, while she observes and draws special attention to the situation of women in different circumstances and cultural geographies. This book is therefore anchored on interpretive and theoretical parameters that intersect with consideration of gender, such as travel-and-gender and war-and-gender. Roig uses the work of feminists such as Simone De Beauvoir, Shulamith Firestone, Jelke Boesten, Margaret and Patrice Higonnet, Michelle Zimbalist Rosaldo and Julia Kristeva to help assess Bertrana's engagement with gender and socio-political issues. This approach is particularly well suited for a writer like Bertrana, a Catalan and Republican intellectual woman forced into self-exile during the Spanish Civil War and the dictatorship of Francisco Franco. Silvia Roig is a Faculty Member, BMCC Department of Modern Languages, The City University of New York.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-06-29 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
El Libro: Existe ya una soluciÓn para quitar a los niÑos de la calle de manera definitiva y radical: si el Banco Mundial deja los fraccionamientos de pesos que quedan despuÉs de un intercambio de la casa internacional de cambio del Peso mexicano, a los mexicanos, entonces estas se convierten en nÚmeros billonarios. No hacen falta los dineros. No hacen falta los recursos. De hecho, no hace falta nada... Si los niÑos no pueden irse a la escuela, entonces la escuela tiene que irse a ellos. Basado en las filosofÍas de Paulo Freire y Mathew Lipman, la Dra. Verville nos hace notar que tal vez una justicia en la educaciÓn demanda mucho mas de la parte de la gente privilegiada, que de la parte de la gente oprimida.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-09-06 - Publisher: University of Texas Press
What does it take for a woman to succeed as a writer? In these revealing interviews, first published in 1988 as Historias íntimas, ten of Latin America's most important women writers explore this question with scholar Magdalena García Pinto, discussing the personal, social, and political factors that have shaped their writing careers. The authors interviewed are Isabel Allende, Albalucía Angel, Rosario Ferré, Margo Glantz, Sylvia Molloy, Elvira Orphée, Elena Poniatowska, Marta Traba, Luisa Valenzuela, and Ida Vitale. In intimate dialogues with each author, García Pinto draws out the formative experiences of her youth, tracing the pilgrimage that led each to a distinguished writing career. The writers also reflect on their published writings, discussing the creative process in general and the motivating force behind individual works. They candidly discuss the problems they have faced in writing and the strategies that enabled them to reach their goals. While obviously of interest to readers of Latin American literature, this book has important insights for students of women's literature and cultural studies, as well as for aspiring writers.