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Modern Argentine Masculinities.

Author: Carolina Rocha
Publisher: Bristol : Intellect, 2014.
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Setting new standards in assessing how masculinity in Argentina has been represented in film, literature, and music, this collection untangles Argentine construction of masculinity, manhood, and  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Carolina Rocha
ISBN: 1783200154 9781783200153
OCLC Number: 952776964
Description: 1 online resource (312 pages)
Contents: ""Cover""; ""Half Title""; ""Title""; ""Copyright ""; ""Dedication""; ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""Introduction""; ""Chapter 1: Imagining Male Subjects: Representing Argentine Masculinities in Nineteenth-Century Poetry Anthologies""; ""Chapter 2: Maricas and Lunfardos in Buenos Aires: A Critique of the Latino-Mediterranean Model of Sexuality ""; ""Chapter 3: Masculinities, Modernity and the City in Roberto Arlt�s El juguete rabioso "" ""Chapter 4: Afro-Argentines, Papás, Malevos and Patotas: Characterizing Masculinity on the Stages and in the Audiences of Buenos Aires, 1880�1920 """"Chapter 5: Pariahs in the Wilderness: Abject Masculinity in Horacio Quiroga""; ""Chapter 6: The Military, Movies and Masculinity: Su mejor alumno and Pampa bárbara""; ""Chapter 7: Masculinity, Performance and Peronist Nationalism in La traición de Rita Hayworth""; ""Chapter 8: Marginalized Masculinity and Spaces of the Delinquent in Early New Argentine Cinema "" ""Chapter 9: From Competing Masculinities to Male Bonding: Father�Son Relationships and Nation in Three Argentine Films""""Chapter 10: Money to Burn, Burnt Money: Crime, Violence and Nonheteronormative Masculinities""; ""Chapter 11: Middle-Class Masculinities in Juan José Campanella�s El hijo de la novia and Luna de Avellaneda ""; ""Chapter 12: Vulnerable Beings/Vulnerable Subjectivities: An Approach to Masculinities in the Narrative of Rodolfo Fogwill ""; ""Chapter 13: Melting Masculinities in Carlos Busqued�s Bajo este sol tremendo "" ""Chapter 14: Masculinities at War: The Military versus the Neoliberal in Accounts of the Falklands/Malvinas War""""Chapter 15: Basic Instincts, Violence and Sex-Driven Creatures: New Argentine Masculinity or Old �Macho� Culture? ""; ""Chapter 16: Popular Music and Macho Representation: The Case of Cumbia Villera ""; ""Contributors""; ""Back Cover""


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'[An] excellent compilation ... the whole collection is valuable and will be warmly welcomed by all interested in modern Argentina. Highly recommended.' -- Choice 'Overall, the volume holds together Read more...

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