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

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INTRODUCTION

1. See Michael Ugarte, Shifting Ground: Spanish Civil War Exile Literature (Durham: Duke University Press, 1989). Ugarte provides detailed analyses of and connections between political and self-imposed exile, including a very informative chapter on Goytisolo.

2. Tabori gives an extensive overview of the history of exile from ancient times to the twentieth century in an effort to categorize and examine the experiences of mainly war-inspired exiles. Tabori, The Anatomy of Exile (London: Harrap, 1972).

3. Paul Ilie puts forth the fundamental reordering of the exile experience as he claims that those who are left behind, including those who inspired a state of terror for writers and artists after the civil war, experience an equal amount of trauma, loss, and identity crisis as those forced to leave their homeland. Ilie, Literatura y exilio interior (Madrid: Espiral, 1980).

4. María Lagos-Pope, ed. Exile in Literature (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1988), 7.

5. Ilie, Literatura, 11.

6. Marguerite Duras, interview by Susan Husserl-Kapit, New French Feminisms, ed. Elaine Marks and Isabelle de Courtivron (New York: Schocken, 1981), 174.

7. Foucault’s ideas of genealogy are put forth in his The History of Sexuality Parts I and II (New York: Pantheon, 1985). Kristeva’s notion of the sujet enproces or the subject in process/on trial is explained at length throughout her book Revolution in Poetic Language (New York: Columbia University Press, 1984). Kelly Oliver also defines the idea in Reading Kristeva (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1993).

8. For a detailed explanation of the semiotic see Kristeva’s “The Semiotic and the Symbolic,” in Revolution in Poetic Language, 21–106

9. Kathleen McNerney’s Voices and Visions (Selinsgrove: Susquèhanna University Press, 1999) is a collection of critical essays on the narrative and poetic works of Rodoreda. In 1994, McNerney and Nancy Vosburg coedited a collection of essays entitled The Garden across the Border (Selinsgrove: Susquèhanna University Press, 1994), which contains several crucial essays that have shaped the study of Rodoreda’s work. Three important biographies of Rodoreda are: Carme Arnau, Merce Rodoreda (Barcelona: Edicions 62, 1992), Mercè Ibarz, Merce Rodoreda (Barcelona: Editorial empúries, 1991), and M. Casals, Mercè Rodoreda: contra la vida, la literatura (Barcelona: Edicions 62, 1991).

Janet Kaplan’s excellent biography and analysis of Remedios Varo’s work, Un-

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