Women and Power in Argentine Literature: Stories, Interviews, and Critical Essays

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Marcela Solá

Marcela Solá is tall, confident, and has the bearing of a woman of polished
upbringing, yet she disregards formality. She is proper and at the same time
accessible. She smiles readily and philosophizes about the Marquis de Sade
as easily as about current politics. Schooled in logic and philosophy, her
questioning mind often finds answers in the depths of the unconscious and
the imagination.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Elvira Orphée 19
  • Angélica Gorodischer 41
  • Marcela Solá 67
  • Luisa Valenzuela 89
  • Tununa Mercado 121
  • Alicia Dujovne Ortiz 141
  • Liliana Heer 161
  • Liliana Heker 183
  • Alina Diaconú 213
  • María Kodama 233
  • Cristina Siscar 257
  • Ana María Shua 277
  • Alicia Kozameh 307
  • Esther Cross 339
  • Ana Quiroga 365
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