Cover of: Feminine concerns in contemporary Spanish fiction by women | edited by Roberto C. Manteiga, Carolyn Galerstein, and Kathleen McNerney.

Feminine concerns in contemporary Spanish fiction by women

Published by Scripta Humanistica in Potomac, Md., U.S.A .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

Rewriting myth and history / Elizabeth Ordoñez
Historical novel from a feminine perspective
Urraca / Birute Ciplijauskaite
Personal and public history in Laforet's long novels / Roberta Johnson
Portraits of the femme seule by Laforet, Matute, Soriano, Martín Gaite, Galavarriato, Quiroga, and Medio / Janet Perez
Self-discovery in Quiroga's Presente profundo / Carolyn Galerstein
The challenge of Martín Gaite's woman hero / Joan Lipman Brown
The feminist message / Eunice Myers
The dilemma of the modern woman / Roberto Manteiga
A feminist literary renaissance in Catalonia / Kathleen McNerney
The renewal of the quest in Esther Tusquet's El mismo mar de todos los veranos / Lucy Lee-Bonnano
Montserrat Roig / Catherine Bellver.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 169-183.

Series
Scripta Humanistica ;, 44, Scripta Humanistica (Series) ;, 44.

Classifications

Library of Congress
PQ6144 .F36 1988

The Physical Object

Pagination
186 p. ;
Number of pages
186

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL2405786M
Internet Archive
feminineconcerns0000unse
ISBN 10
0916379493
LC Control Number
87036776
Goodreads
4169718
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