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Gestating a text, delivering a mother: Maternal and textual bodies in Carme Riera and Lucia Etxebarria
Starting from the exclusion of gestation and motherhood in literary, philosophical, and artistic representation, this dissertation analyzes the metaphor of textual gestation as a mimetic appropriation of female generative ...
Restorative symbols of modern Spain: The child onstage and onscreen in Valle-Inclan, Lorca, Buero Vallejo and del Toro
This study explores the child figure in connection with socio-political turmoil in the theater of Ramón del Valle-Inclán, Federico García Lorca, Antonio Buero Vallejo and the films of Guillermo del Toro. Ultimately, this ...
Reivindicacion del pasado: Una asignatura pendiente de la espana democratica en la narrativa de Antonio Munoz Molina
This dissertation analyzes, from a historical perspective, five of Antonio Munoz Molina's novels: Beatus Ille , El jinete polaco , Plenilunio , Los misterios de Madrid and Sefarad . Since history has a tendency to repeat ...
The production of meaning from the Cid to Cervantes: A study in medieval and modern interpretive codes
I propose to explore elements that we as modern-day readers may have to consider if we are to appreciate medieval narrative in its genuine context, which is to say, as medieval audiences would. Because at stake are the ...
La felicidad conyugal en la novela espanola del siglo diecinueve: De la obligacion a la libertad
In the Spanish Realist Novel, the portrayal of marriage from the female perspective has been one of subordination either through the wife's silence or her sacrificial nature as mother and homemaker. She has been in the ...