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Diferentes mujeres para diferentes entornos : voz y rol femenino en 7 relatos sobre el amor y la guerra de Rosario Aguilar

Author: Pamela Milagros Chumpitaz-Furlan; Miami University (Oxford, Ohio). Department of Spanish and Portuguese.
Publisher: Oxford, Ohio : Miami University, 2003.
Dissertation: Thesis (M.A.)--Miami University, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Thesis/dissertation : Document : Thesis/dissertation : eBook   Computer File : English
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Based on the preponderance of historical facts that have mainly men as protagonists, this study seeks to recover the voice of women and their role in relation to the History of Nicaragua, specifically during the sandinista Revolution of 1979. From the novel by Rosario Aguilar, we will analyze and interpret each woman's story and establish a relationship between the women and each participating organization during  Read more...
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Named Person: Rosario Aguilar
Material Type: Document, Thesis/dissertation, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Pamela Milagros Chumpitaz-Furlan; Miami University (Oxford, Ohio). Department of Spanish and Portuguese.
OCLC Number: 71316141
Notes: Title from first page of PDF document.
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 71 pages)
Responsibility: by Pamela Milagros Chumpitaz-Furlan.

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Based on the preponderance of historical facts that have mainly men as protagonists, this study seeks to recover the voice of women and their role in relation to the History of Nicaragua, specifically during the sandinista Revolution of 1979. From the novel by Rosario Aguilar, we will analyze and interpret each woman's story and establish a relationship between the women and each participating organization during and after the strike of the sandinista Revolution. We will also determine how Aguilar tries to overcome the typical perceptions of women, giving them independence of action and thought in relation to topics such as love, maternity, compromise with their nation and with their own identity. For Aguilar, the success of women relies in the understanding of their surroundings and recognition of their abilities to deal effectively with their life and accomplish their purposes.

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