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Author:
Beth Miller
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978-0520042919
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0520042913
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University of California Press; First Edition, First Printing edition (January 11, 1983)
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While there is ample evidence in these essays of the dual archetype in Hispanic literature of women as icon and woman as fallen idol, the collection reaches beyond these stereotypes to more complex sociological and theoretical concerns. This anthology is a comprehensive introduction to its subject and a stimulus to further work in the area.

The topics covered by this pioneering collection of essays range from peninsular Spanish to Latin American literature, from the eleventh to the twentieth centuries, and from the subject of women as portrayed in Hispanic literature to the literature of Hispanic women writers. Some pieces present polemical feminist arguments, other are more traditional. All the contributors use their subject to take new stands on old controversies, ask new questions, and reevaluate important aspects of Hispanic literature.

According to Women in Hispanic Literature: Icons and Fallen Idols by Beth Kurti Miller, there are only three women writers of late medieval Spain who have left any important work: Leonor Lopez de Cordoba.

According to Women in Hispanic Literature: Icons and Fallen Idols by Beth Kurti Miller, there are only three women writers of late medieval Spain who have left any important work: Leonor Lopez de Cordoba, Teresa de Cartagena and Florencia Pinar. During the Enlightenment several women writers emerged in the Spanish theater.

Gertrude the Great: Avellaneda, Nineteenth-Century Feminist". Women in Hispanic Literature, Icons and Fallen Idols. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983. A Romance Life in Novel Fiction: The Early Career and Works of Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda", Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, LXXV, No. 2 (1998): 169-181. Santos, Nelly E. "Las ideas feministas de Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda". Spanish American Literature: From Romanticism to 'Modernismo' in Latin America.

Spanish American Literature: From Romanticism to "Modernismo" in Latin America. Gertrude the Great: Avellaneda, Nineteenth-Century Feminist". Eds. David William Foster & Daniel Altamiranda. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983: 201-214. A Romance Life in Novel Fiction: The Early Career and Works of Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda". Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 7. (1998): 169-181.

Hispanic feminist poems from the Middle Ages to the present; a bilingual anthology. The House on Mango Street, by Sandra Cisneros. Eva Luna, by Isabel Allende.

Miller, Beth, e. omen in Hispanic Literature: Icons and Fallen Idols. Virgillo, Carmelo, and Naomi Lindstrom, ed. oman as Myth and Metaphor in Latin American Literature. Berkeley: U of California P, 1983. Montesinos, José . ostumbrismo y novela: ensayo sobre el redescubrimiento de la realidad española. Columbia: U. of Missouri P. 1985. Weber, Frances (Wyers).

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ISBN 0520042913 Author: Beth Kurti Miller Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©1983.