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During the last three decades there have been many literary theorists who have written about Latin American feminist literary criticism, just as there have been many Latin American feminist authors. Puerto Rican born Rosario Ferré is unique among them in that she has written many critical articles about the theoretical aspects of feminist criticism as well as feminist literature. Ferré has created a highly personal and comprehensive approach to feminist literature and its criticism which is codified in this study. This analysis applies the Ferréan theory of feminist literary criticism to her own prose, in works such as Maldito amor, Papeles de Pandora, Las dos Venecias, and her English translations, Sweet Diamond Dust and The Youngest Doll.
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The Author: Suzanne Hintz is an Associate Professor of Spanish and Coordinator for Foreign Languages at Germanna Community College. She earned her Ph.D. in Latin American Literature from The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. She has published diverse articles in professional journals and has been an invited contributor to special editions on both Latin American and Catalan literature. She translated J.M. Solà-Solé's Catalan novel, The War of the Christs and Emilia's Case (Peter Lang, 1992).
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Book Description Peter Lang Publishing, 1995. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0820426911