ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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- 2 Public
- 1 Copula verbs
- 1 Feminism / Feminismo
- 1 Gender studies
- 1 Latin American literature
- 1 Narrative / Narrativa
- 1 Peruvian Literature / Literatura peruana
- 1 Puerto Rican Spanish
- 1 Social-Political-Historical / Socio-Político-histórico
- 1 Spanish linguistics
- 1 Speech Acts / Actos de habla
- 1 XIX Century / Siglo XIX
ABSTRACT This interdisciplinary study examines the linguistic strategies that determine perception of female representation in Peruvian feminist narrative during the late XIX century. It uses as reference narratives that are considered representatives of the literary tendencies of Latin América feminine trajectory. The feminine subject was studied in two novels of Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera: Los amores de Hortensia (1886) and Blanca Sol (1889). The novels were selected with the aim of capturing the evolution and the development of the female characters as self-realizing subjects. The theoretical framework is led by the speech act philosophy of John Austin, John Searle, and …
- Atencia-Oliden, Elizabeth Miriam, Urioste-Azcorra, Carmen, Cérron-Palomino, Álvaro, et al.
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The presence of two copula verbs (ser and estar) in Spanish has caused a semantic competition between the two. This semantic competition has been documented from the XII century (Vañó-Cerdá, 1982). Some scholars (Brown & Cortés-Torres, 2012; Cortés-Torres, 2004; Gutiérrez, 1992; Ortiz-López, 2000; Silva-Corvalán, 1994) have demonstrated the presence of this competition in which estar has been occupying structures traditionally reserved for ser in different Spanish varieties. This study investigates the extent to which the extension of estar to contexts previously limited to ser is present in the Spanish of Puerto Rico in adjectival structures (copula + adjective). The investigation …
- Negron, Melissa, Cerrón-Palomino, Alvaro, Lafford, Barbara, et al.
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