INTERTEXTS 01:1

INTERTEXTS 01:1

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Table Of Contents

Table of Contents
Special Issue

CLAIMING VOICES, SEIZING SPACES: LATIN AMERICAN AND LATINA WOMEN WRITERS

Laura J. Beard and Susan Isabel Stein, Guest Editors


Editor’s Introduction

Laura J. Beard and Susan Isabel Stein

Barbed Wire Words: Demetria Martínez’s Mother Tongue

Debra A. Castillo

A is for Alphabet, K is for Kabbalah: Luisa Futoransky’s Babelic Metatext

Laura J. Beard

Maculine Acts / Anxious Encounters: Sabina Berman’s Entra Villa y una mujer desnuda

Sharon Magnarelli

Queer Theory, Sexuality, and Women’s Writing from Latin America: The Example of Christina Peri Rossi

Rosemary Geisdorfer Feal

A Politics of the Word: Claribel Alegría’s Album Familiar and Despierta, mi bien, despierta

Mary Jane Treacy

A Language to Call My Own: Utopian Space in María Luisa Puba’s Pánico o peligro

Florence Moorhead-Rosenberg

Political Meta-Allegory in Sor Juana’s El Divino Narciso

Veronica Grossi

Disenchantment and Carnivalization: A Bakhtinian Reading of The Fourth World

Guillermo García-Corales