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Disability in Spanish-speaking and U.S. Chicano contexts : critical and artistic perspectives

Author: Dawn Slack; Karen L Rauch
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019. ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This eclectic collection of academic essays, creative writing, and mixed media photo-images focuses on myriad representations of disability. In its various components, the volume covers time periods from the seventeenth century to the contemporary era, diverse geographic areas, and genres from plays to novels to short stories to poems to visual depictions. The essays gathered here are grounded in analyses from  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dawn Slack; Karen L Rauch
ISBN: 9781527527508 1527527506
OCLC Number: 1085176772
Description: vii, 224 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Habiba 2 ; in a sense / Khédija Gadhoum --
Introduction / Dawn Slack and Karen L. Rauch --
1. Plotting Trauma: Reading, Writing, and Resisting Blindness in Two Works by Lina Meruane / Beth E. Jörgensen --
2. The Redefinition of the Disabled Chicana in Ana Castillo's Peel My Love Like an Onion / María Esther Quintana Millamoto --
Natalia 2 ; oxymora as a pledge / Khédija Gadhoum --
3. Alternative Ways of Being in La mujer loca by Juan José Millás: How Language Seeks to Normalize "Living at the Limits" / Jennifer Brady --
4. Identity, Community, and Communication: Three Perspectives on Disability / Dawn Slack --
Bilel 1 ; footprints uncoiled / Khédija Gadhoum --
5. Alternative Body Owners and Their Machines: The Acquisition of Dominant Subjectivities by Sick/Disabled Individuals in Mario Bellatin's Perros héroes / Jennifer Thorndike --
6. Body-Shaming in the Seventeenth Century: The Accidental Making of a Playwright / Gloria Jeanne Bodtorf Clark --
Bilel 2 ; yet Bilel / Khédija Gadhoum --
7. Disability, Intertextuality, and Xenophobic Mestizaje in the Literary Construction of the Modern Barbarian in El jorobado and Astucia de una negra by Eduardo Gutiérrez / Carlos Rodríguez McGill --
8. Narrative Prosthesis in the Short Stories of Marcio Veloz Maggiolo / Karen L. Rauch --
9. Representing (Dis)ability and Inability in Contemporary Spanish Cinema: Yo, también (2009) and El truco del manco (2008) / Meredith L. Jeffers --
Habiba 1 ; one thousand and one / Khédija Gadhoum --
By Way of Conclusion / Dawn Slack and Karen L. Rauch --
Natalia 1 ; bodies in exile / Khédija Gadhoum.
Responsibility: edited by Dawn Slack and Karen L. Rauch.

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