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Women's Writing in Latin America

£31.00

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The selections included in this anthology centre on three major aspects of women's writing: reflections on writing and its relation to the public self, the figuration of a female textual identity, and women as agents of history and ideology. The material is drawn from a wide range of sources, including fiction and poetry, excerpts from the testimonial writing of peasant women, labour and social activists and women writing about literature and the craft of writing.

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Author(s):
Ed. Sara Castro-Klaren, Sylvia Molloy, Beatniz Sarlo
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
150mmx230mm
Edition:
1991
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0813305519
ISBN-13:
9780813305516
Number of pages:
362
Publisher:
Westview Press
Title:
Women's Writing in Latin America

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The selections included in this anthology centre on three major aspects of women's writing: reflections on writing and its relation to the public self, the figuration of a female textual identity, and women as agents of history and ideology. The material is drawn from a wide range of sources, including fiction and poetry, excerpts from the testimonial writing of peasant women, labour and social activists and women writing about literature and the craft of writing.

Author(s):
Ed. Sara Castro-Klaren, Sylvia Molloy, Beatniz Sarlo
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
150mmx230mm
Edition:
1991
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0813305519
ISBN-13:
9780813305516
Number of pages:
362
Publisher:
Westview Press
Title:
Women's Writing in Latin America

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