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Diamela Eltit Reading the Mother (Monografías A) by Mary Green

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Published by Tamesis Books .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Novels, other prose & writers: from c 1900 -,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • Latin-American Spanish,
  • Portugal,
  • Spain,
  • European - Spanish & Portuguese,
  • Literary Criticism & Collections / Spanish & Portuguese,
  • Literature: History & Criticism

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12000643M
ISBN 101855661551
ISBN 109781855661554

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by Eltit Diamela | out of 5 stars 4. Paperback $ $ Diamela Eltit: Antología Personal (Spanish Edition) by Diamela Eltit. Kindle Edition Goodreads Book reviews & recommendations: IMDb Movies, TV & Celebrities. Eltit, Diamela; Gerdes, Dick (translator) Published by University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE () ISBN ISBN Diamela Eltit (born , Santiago de Chile) is a well known Chilean writer and university professor. Between and she graduated in Spanish studies at the Universidad Católica de Chile and followed graduate studies in Literature at the Universidad de Chile in Santiago/5.   Diamela Eltit nació en Santiago, en Graduada en Letras en las universidades de Chile y Católica, ejerce la docencia en la Uni-versidad Tecnológica Metropolitana y ha sido profesora visitante en las universidades de Columbia, Berkeley, Stanford, Washington y Johns Hopkins, y Distinguished Global Pro-fessor de la Universidad de Nueva : Diamela Eltit.

  Born in Santiago, Chile, in , Diamela Eltit now makes her home in Mexico as Chile's cultural attaché. The Fourth World, first published in , is her third novel. While other Chilean writers fled the military dictatorship that began in , Eltit found no alternative but to join resistance groups and actively protest the government Price: $ Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Diamela Eltit books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Diamela Eltit By Robert Neustadt A critical reading is one that changes the representation into a performance which exceeds the text. —Teresa de Lauretis Born in . This book examines the representation of motherhood in the narrative fiction of the contemporary Chilean author Diamela Eltit (—). Through a close reading of Eltit’s first six novels, my aim is to show that the terrain of the maternal body and mother—child relations are crucial to an understanding of her narrativeoeuvre, which passionately scrutinizes and rearticulates symbolic.

'Custody of the Eyes is Helen Lane and Ronald Christ's brilliant translation of Diamela Eltit'sLos vigilantes (). In the novel, Eltit dramatizes voice, gender, and power in the relationship among mother, son, and father. As translators, Lane and Christ capture the intensity of expression that evokes, calls upon, even preys upon the figure of the mother as the lightning rod of power and Reviews: 1. Diamela Eltit is a well known Chilean writer and university professor. Between and she graduated in Spanish studies at the Universidad Católica de Chile and followed graduate studies in Literature at the Universidad de Chile in Santiago. Diamela Eltit Born in in Santiago, Chile, Diamela Eltit examines the violent fracturing of post-coup Chile through novels, video and performance art. She exposes and problematizes discrete social, artistic and political boundaries by overlapping the issues of gender, class and discourse. The Fourth World, first published in , is her third novel. While other Chilean writers fled the military dictatorship that began in , Eltit found no alternative but to join resistance groups and actively protest the government until democracy was restored in /5(1).