Catalan Women Writers and Artists: Revisionist Views from a Feminist Space

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Everly, Kathryn A., 1967-
Catalan women writers and artists: revisionist views from a feminist
space/Kathryn A. Everly.
p. cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0–8387–5530–5 (alk. paper)
1. Catalan literature—Women authors—History and criticism. 2.
Catalan literature—20th century—History and criticism. 3. Rodoreda,
Mercá, 1908—Criticism and interpretation. 4. Varo, Remedios,
1908–1963—Criticism and interpretation. 5. Roig, Montserrat, 1946—
Criticism and interpretation. 6. Riera, Carme—Criticism and
interpretation. I. Title.
PC3906. E94 2003
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