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The boom femenino in Mexico : reading contemporary women's writing

Author: Nuala Finnegan; Jane Elizabeth Lavery
Publisher: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Boom Femenino in Mexico: Reading Contemporary Women's Writing is a collection of essays that focuses on literary production by women in Mexico over the last three decades.

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Boom femenino in Mexico.
Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, ©2010
(OCoLC)768186810
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nuala Finnegan; Jane Elizabeth Lavery
ISBN: 9781443821254 144382125X
OCLC Number: 636921431
Description: vii, 361 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: THE BOOM FEMENINO IN CONTEXT. 'The will to be' : Mexican women novelists from the late 1960s to the 1990s / Irma M. López --
Six authors on the conservative side of the Boom femenino, 1985-2003 : Boullosa, Esquivel, Loaeza, Mastretta, Nissán Sefchovich / Emily Hind --
The origins of the Mexican Boom Femenino / Sarah E. L. Bowskill NARRATIVES OF RESISTANCE. If a Mexican woman wrote, and no one read her, did she really write? : an examination of Cristina Pacheco's contributions to the B(l)oom femenino in Mexico / Dawn Slack --
The Mexican Boom femenino and the production of gendered theatre [i.e., theater] in Sabina Berman's El suplicio del placer / Linda Saborío --
Rossana Reguillo : deconstructing the culture of fear / Beth E. Jörgensen --
'La pieza dequiciante de la jerarquía' : reading the work of Brianda Domecq as a philosophy of feminism / Lorraine Kelly --
Conjuros y ebriedades : (re)negotiating global politics of ethnicity and autochthonous production in the Mayan highland of Chiapas / Tiffany Dawn Creegan Miller WRITING AND THE POLITICS OF FORM. An intimate hell : Rosa Beltrán's El paraíso que fuimos / Debra A. Castillo --
Laura Esquivel and the Boom femenino : popular genres and double encoding / Claire Taylor --
Ana García Bergua's Púrpura : gay narrative and the Boom femenino in Mexico / Niamh Thornton --
Carmen Boullosa : re-writing the surrealist and Latin American quest / Inés Ferrero Cándenas --
What does it mean to be a 'woman poet' in Mexico today? : critical challenges in assessing the Boom femenino for contemporary Mexican poets / Olwen Rowe SELF/SUBJECT, NATION AND PLACE. Who's buried in Beatriz's tomb? : monuments, mementos, and muses / Claudia Schaefer --
The dissident subject as protagonist in the nation narration of Ángeles Mastretta and Elena Poniatowska / María Teresa Medeiros-Lichem --
The fragmented nation, self and body in Los deseos y su sombra by Ana Clavel / Jane E. Lavery --
Living in constant Fuereñez : writing and the self in Antonia by María Luis Puga / Ana Cruz García.
Responsibility: edited by Nuala Finnegan and Jane E. Lavery.

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