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Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Brazil and Spanish America

A Comparative Assessment

by Judith A. Payne

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Published by University Of Iowa Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Novels, other prose & writers,
  • Ethnic Studies - General,
  • Social Science,
  • Ethnic Issues,
  • Portuguese,
  • Spanish,
  • Sociology,
  • Caribbean & Latin American,
  • Social Science / Ethnic Studies

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8824015M
    ISBN 101587293579
    ISBN 109781587293573

    Early Latin America Book Summary: This book provides a general history of Latin America in the period between the European conquest and the gaining of independence by the Spanish American countries and Brazil (approximately ). It is both an introduction for the student at the college level and a provisionally updated synthesis of the quickly changing field for the more experienced. Useful Books on Colonial Latin America (revised 8/20/) This list includes a variety of books on Colonial Latin American history, with special emphasis on the sixteenth century. You are encouraged to use this list as a starting point for your book review and other assignments.

    your own thoughts and feelings about the movie or book (4) controversial issues that Payne, Judith A. Ambiguity and gender in the new novel of Brazil and Spanish America. Iowa City:University of Iowa Press. New York:Plenum Press. History and Gender Transposition of Childhood, Adolescence, and Maturity. Irvington Publishers; ISBN. Introduction. Between the s and the s, Latin America, including the Spanish-speaking Caribbean and Brazil, imported the largest number of African slaves to the New World, generating the single-greatest concentration of black populations outside of the African continent.

    Afro-Latin American Studies: A New Book on an Emerging Field By Keisha N. Blain Comments Off on Afro-Latin American Studies: A New Book on an Emerging Field This post is part of our blog series that announces the publication of selected new books in African American History and African Diaspora Studies. Bianca Premo’s award-winning book The Enlightenment on Trial: Ordinary Litigants and Colonialism in the Spanish Empire, published by Oxford University Press in , makes a powerful yet seemingly simple claim: during the eighteenth century, illiterate ordinary litigants in colonial Spanish America created enlightened ideas and practices by suing their social.


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Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Brazil and Spanish America by Judith A. Payne Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Brazil and Spanish America: A Comparative Assessment [Payne, Judith A., Fitz, Earl E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Brazil and Spanish America: A Comparative AssessmentCited by: 5.

In this first book-length study to compare the "new novels" of both Spanish America and Brazil, the authors deftly examine the differing perceptions of ambiguity as they apply to questions of gender and the participation of females and males in the Cited by: 5.

With its comparative approach and its many bilingual quotations,Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Brazil and Spanish Americaoffers an engaging picture of the marked differences between the literary traditions of Portuguese-speaking and Spanish-speaking America and, thus, new insights into the distinctive mindsets of these linguistic cultures.

It is our thesis that Brazil's differing tradition with respect to ambiguity xu ex::> INTRODUCTION and gender is the deciding factor in one very important difference between the new novel of Brazil and that of Spanish America: the far greater participation of the Brazilian female writer in the formation of her country 's new novel Cited by: 5.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Ch. Ambiguity, Gender Borders, and the Differing Literary Traditions of Brazil and Spanish America --Ch. n Theory and the New Novel of Latin America --Ch. Border Maintained --Ch. Border Challenged --Ch.

Border Crossed. Ambiguity and gender in the new novel of Brazil and Spanish America: a comparative assessment. [Judith A Payne; Earl E Fitz] -- In this first book-length study to compare the "new novels" of both Spanish America and Brazil, the authors deftly examine the differing perceptions of ambiguity as they apply to questions of gender.

Ambiguity and gender in the new novel of Brazil and Spanish America: a comparative assessment / by: Payne, Judith A., Published: () Lancaster. The genesis of Comparative Cultural Studies and Latin America stems from the contributors' conviction that, given its vitality and excellence, Latin American literature deserves a more prominent place in comparative literature publications, curricula, and disciplinary discussions.

The editors introduce the volume by first arguing that there still exists, in some quarters, a lingering bias against literature written in Spanish Author: Sophia A. McClennen. Fitz has published extensively on comparative approaches to the study of Latin America, including Rediscovering the New World: Inter American Literature in a Comparative Context () and Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Spanish America and Brazil ().

Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Brazil and Spanish America University of Iowa Press | W. Park Road | Kuhl House | Iowa City IA Phone: | Fax: | Phone orders: | Fax orders: | E-mail: [email protected]   Ambiguity and gender in the new novel of Brazil and Spanish America: a comparative assessment Barrio-logos: space and place in urban Chicano literature and culture Being in common: nation, subject, and community in Latin American literature and cultureAuthor: Winnie Shyam.

In this comparative-historical analysis of Spanish America, Mahoney offers a new theory of colonialism and postcolonial development. He explores why certain kinds of societies are subject to certain kinds of colonialism and why these forms of colonialism give rise to countries with differing levels of economic prosperity and social well-being.

This book contributes to emerging debates in political science and sociology on institutional change. Its introductory essay proposes a new framework for analyzing incremental change that is grounded in a power-distributional view of institutions and that emphasizes ongoing struggles within but also over prevailing institutional arrangements.

Ambiguity and gender in the new novel of Brazil and Spanish America. Iowa City:University of Iowa Press. New York:Plenum Press. Tully, Bryan. Accounting for transsexualism and transhomosexuality: The gender identity careers of over men and women who have petitioned for surgical reassignment of the sexual identity.

London:Whiting and. Professor Fitz is the author of a number of articles and books, including Rediscovering the New World: Inter-American Literature in a Comparative Context, Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Brazil and Spanish America: A Comparative Assessment (co-authored with Judith A.

Payne), Sexuality and Being in the Poststructuralist Universe of. Working with Cixous' definition of bisexuality, the paper reads Hemingway's novel as a nascent form of écriture feminine, writing that refuses a political hierarchy of gender experience.

Read. In this first book-length study to compare the "new novels" of both Spanish America and Brazil, the authors deftly examine the differing perceptions of ambiguity as they apply to questions of gender and the participation of females and males in the establishment of Latin American narrative models.

Explore books by Earl E. Fitz with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ The colonization of the Americas by Spain brought opportunites in the New World for both indigenous and Iberian colonial women.

The gender norms of the colonial societies were the result of the fusion of culture and religion between European and indigenous societies, and eventually came to resemble those found in the Spain itself.

The female population of the colonies would greatly influence. Rulfo. Brasil/ Brazil 49 () "Frank O'Hara: Poesia e Amizade," in Inimigo Rumor, 9 () Payne, Judith A. and Earl Fitz, Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Brazil and Spanish America: A Comparative Assessment in Letras Femeninas, Volume.

Books shelved as colonial-latin-america: Colonial Latin America by Mark A. Burkholder, Narrative of the Incas by Juan de Betanzos, The Lettered City by Á.His books include Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Spanish America and Brazil; Rediscovering the New World: Inter-American Literature in a Comparative Context; and Clarice Lispector.

Cathy L. Jrade, Spence Wilson Fellow and professor and chair of Spanish, is a co-director of the / Fellows Program.Payne, Judith A. and Earl E. Fitz. Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Brazil and Spanish America: A Comparative Assessment.

Iowa City: U of Iowa P, Pine, Richard.