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Multiples Discursos De La Diferencia En Tres Autoras Bolivianas De Fines Del Siglo XX: Gaby Vallejos, Ericka Bruzonic y Giovanna Rivero Santa Cruz

Abstract In the last years of the twentieth century, while the narrative of women in other Latin American countries has received critical attention, Bolivian women's narrative has been widely ignored. The fact that the voice of Bolivian women in Latin American feminist discourse is rarely discussed in Latin American criticism is enough to justify the present study. This work focuses on three prominent Bolivian writers: Gaby Vallejos, Giovanna Rivero Santa Cruz, and Erika Bruzonic. The short stories of these three authors are characterized by accentuating certain telluric features revealed in the background of their feminine/feminist narratives. At the same time, based on the American and European feminist literary critique, this work analyzes th... (more)
Created Date 2013
Contributor Lopez, Norma (Author) / Urioste-Ascorra, Carmen (Advisor) / Tompkins, Cynthia (Committee member) / Rosales, Jesus (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Latin American studies / Latin American literature / Women's studies / Bolivian women / Criticism / Femenine/feminist / Gender studies / Short stories / Women narrative
Type Masters Thesis
Extent 123 pages
Language Spanish
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Note M.A. Spanish 2013
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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