Women, Guerrillas, and Love

Women, Guerrillas, and Love

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Publisher: U of Minnesota Press

ISBN: 081662626X

Page: 199

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"The 14 chapters posit a regendering of revolutionary poetics, which is accomplished by reworking concepts such as '(new)man,' 'woman,' and 'subaltern.

"The 14 chapters posit a regendering of revolutionary poetics, which is accomplished by reworking concepts such as '(new)man,' 'woman,' and 'subaltern.' The predictability of Rodrâiguez's arguments and dated historical referents do not detract from solidanalyses, like those in chapter eight regarding Mario Roberto Morales' 'El esplendor de la pirâamide' and those in the next chapter on Oreamuno's 'La ruta de su evasiâon.' The author focuses on her strength - narratives from Cuba and her native Nicaragua"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.



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