Latin-American Women Writers: Class, Race, and Gender

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INDEX
Ahern, Maureen, 99
Alberdi, Juan Bautista, 151
Allende, Isabel, xiv, 19, 99-106, 169n, 170n, 171n
De amor y sombra (Of Love and Shadows), 100-101, 103, 162n, 170n
La casa de los espíritus (The House of the Spirits), 100-106, 151, 169n
Los cuentos de Eva Luna (The Stories of Eva Luna), 100
Eva Luna, 100-101, 170n El plan infinito (The Infinite Plan), 100-101
Allende, Salvador, 45, 100
Alvarado, Elvia, xiv, 5, 11, 133, 136-137, 141, 146, 158n Don't Be Afraid Gringo, 136
Angel, Albalucía, xv, 11, 106, 115
Las Andariegas (The Wanderers), xv, 107, 110-111, 171n
Estaba la pájara pinta sentada en el verde limón (The Painted Bird Was Sitting in the Green Lemon Tree), xiv, 107-109, 150
Misiá señora (The Missus), 109-110, 151
O gloria inmarcesible! (Oh, Unfading Glory!), 107
Artaud, Antonin, 17, 71, 161n
Asturias, Miguel Angel, 110, 119-120, 140
Auden, W. H., 96 "Musée des Beaux Arts," 96
Barnet, Miguel, 174n
Biografía de un cimmarón (The Autobiography of a Runaway Slave), 133, 144-145
Canción de Rachel (Song of Rachel), 133, 175n
Baroja, Pío, La nave de los locos94
Barrios de Chungara, Domitila, xii, xiv, 4-5, 10-11, 133-138, 141, 144-147, 153
"Si me permiten hablar ...": Testimonio de Domitila una mujer de las minas de Bolivia (Let Me Speak! Testimony of Domitila, A Woman of the Bolivian Mines), 155n
Barthes, Roland, 72, 85, 92, 167n
Bataille, Georges, 62, 69, 166n "orgy of annihilation," xiv, 62
Bécquer, G. A., 125
Benjamin, Jessica, 88, 168n
Beverley, John, 140-141
Bildungsroman, xiv, 107, 118, 137, 143, 150, 163n
Bloom, Harold, 92
bolero, xiii, 117
Blau DuPlessis, Rachel, 153, 176n
Bombal, María Luisa, xiii, xiv, 17, 23, 33-39, 84, 88, 100, 116, 163n, 164n
La amortajada (The Shrouded Woman), 33-36, 78, 149
"El árbol" ("The Tree"), 33, 36-37
The Braids, 36
La historia de María Griselda (The Story of María Griselda), 36-38, 163n
"Las islas nuevas" ("New Islands"), 33, 36-37

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • About the Author ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Chapter 1 - Latin American Women/ Women in Latin America 1
  • Chapter 2 - To Build Bridges 13
  • Chapter 3 - Man's Love... 'tis Woman's Whole Existence 23
  • Chapter 4 - Arms and Letters: the Power of the Word 41
  • Chapter 5 - To Build New Worlds 85
  • Chapter 6 - Indigenista and Testimonio Literature: "Let Me Speak" 119
  • Epilogue 149
  • Notes 155
  • Selected Bibliography 177
  • Index 193
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