3 edition of Spanish women writers and the essay found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-281) and index.
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Kathleen M. Glenn and Mercedes Mazquiarán de Rodríguez.|
|Contributions||Glenn, Kathleen Mary., Mazquiarán de Rodríguez, Mercedes.|
|LC Classifications||PQ6105 .S63 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 294 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||98022792|
Since then, male writers have tended to dominate Spanish journalism, particularly in the general-interest press. With the exception of a handful of nineteenth-century trailblazers, most women writers either wrote poetry, prose fiction, or participated in such nonfiction publications as fashion and home magazines until the early twentieth century. 10 inspiring female writers you need to read whose fiction and essays as well as her talks are outstandingly fresh and insightful. There are so many books by women Author: Marta Bausells.
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Kathleen M. Glenn is Professor of Spanish at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She is the author or editor of several books, including Azorín. Mercedes Mazquiarán de Rodríguez is Professor of Spanish at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.
Includes essays by: Estelle Irizarry, Maryellen Bieder, Price: $ In the collection Spanish Women Writers and the Essay, Kathleen M. Glenn and Mercedes Mazquiaran de Rodriguez help to rediscover the neglected genre, which has long been considered a \"masculine\" form. She is the editor of Women Writers of Spanish America: An Annotated Bio-Bibliographical Guide (Greenwood Press, ) and is currently completing The Sexual Woman in Twentieth-Century Latin American Novels, a comparative study of female sexuality in Brazilian and Spanish American : Diane Marting.
This book is the first of a two-volume project that will reexamine the Latin American essay from a feminist perspective. The second volume, also edited by Doris Meyer, contains thirty-six essays in translation by twenty-two women authors.
Mary Louise Pratt. Jill S. Kuhnheim. Claire Emilie Martin. The writers covered in the individual essays represent most Spanish-speaking American nations and a variety of literary genres. Each essay provides biographical and career information, discusses the major themes in the body of work, and surveys criticism, ending with a detailed bibliography of works by the writer, works available in translation.
Book Review: Spanish women writers and the essay: gender, politics, and the self by Kathleen M. Glenn; Mercedes Mazquiarán de RodríguezAuthor: Eunice Myers. Get this from a library. Reinterpreting the Spanish American essay: women writers of the 19th and 20th centuries. [Doris Meyer;] -- Latin American women have long written essays on topics ranging from gender identity and the female experience to social injustice, political oppression, lack of educational opportunities, and the.
This volume and its earlier companion, Reinterpreting the Spanish American Essay: Women Writers of the 19th and 20th Centuries, seek to remedy that neglect. This book collects thirty-six notable essays by twenty-two women writers, including Flora Tristan, Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda, Clorinda Matto de Turner, Victoria Ocampo, Alfonsina Storni, Rosario Ferré, Christina Peri Rossi, and Elena Poniatowska.
List of Spanish women writers. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This is a list of women writers who were born in Spain or whose writings are closely associated with that country. Mercedes Abad (born ), journalist, short story writer; Carmen Conde Abellán (–), poet, narrative writer; Rosario de.
Although there are many more women throughout history who have proven to be powerful authors, this list is limited to those who are living, with a focus on personal narrative and fiction writers Author: Avril David.
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About the Author. DIANE E. MARTING is Assistant Professor of Spanish American literature at Columbia University. She has held a Fulbright Dissertation Grant to Brazil and a Fulbright Senior Lecturing Grant to Colombia.
She is the editor of Women Writers of Spanish America: An Annotated Bio-Bibliographical Guide (Greenwood Press, Format: Hardcover.
“People, both Spanish and British, have written about Spain’s ghosts, but the most important ghosts are the women – the invisible 50%,” she said. “The role of. Buy Spanish American Women Writers: A Bio-bibliographical Source Book by Marting, Diane (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low Author: Diane Marting. Throughout history, there have been many Spanish women writers who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great Spanish female writers such as Elvira Lindo, Elena Poniatowska, Emilia Pardo Bazán, Rosalía de Castro, Catalina de Erauso.
Elvira Lindo. 23 JanuarySpanish. Talking about Spanish writers in general, there have been some of the greatest and supremely talented writers from the region. Names like Miguel de Cervantes, Federico Gracia Lorca, Camilo Jose Cela, Javier Marias, Ana Maria Matute and Carlos Ruiz Zafon do ring a bell in the minds of reading aficionados and book lovers.
Women Writers of Early Modern Spain features: Spanish texts by Oliva Sabuco de Nantes, María de Zayas, Ana Caro, Leonor de la Cueva, and many others; An introduction in Spanish to each reading, with biographical information, comments on the author’s approach, an overview of pertinent criticism, and an analysis of the work.
Hispanic women from around 20 Spanish-speaking countries have been writing literature for a thousand years. Hispanic women writers work in various literary genres, which include the didactic prose, novel, drama, short story, lyric poetry, history and biography.
Some have been nuns or aristocrats, while others are peasants or prostitutes. women’s bodies in literary and historical discourses) enables the writers of these essays not only to reflect on the body in terms of the production of knowledge but as a site of discrimination, violence and abuse.
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