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Rousselle, Elizabeth Smith

Gender and Modernity in Spanish Literature

Rousselle, Elizabeth Smith - Gender and Modernity in Spanish Literature, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: The Female and Male Modern Spanish Subject
Elizabeth Smith Rousselle

Part I. Disillusion and Optimism in the Age of Enlightenment

2. (Dis)Order
Elizabeth Smith Rousselle

3. Decorum and Love in the Spanish Enlightenment
Elizabeth Smith Rousselle

Part II. (Dis)Enchanted Passion and Critique in Contexts of Romanticism and Realism

4. Masculine Extremes
Elizabeth Smith Rousselle

5. Religion, Race, Class, and Gender in the Age of Positivism
Elizabeth Smith Rousselle

Part III. Psychological, Artistic, and Spiritual Allusions and (Dis)Illusions before and after the Disaster of 1898

6. Solipsistic Inertia
Elizabeth Smith Rousselle

7. The Spiritual Solution
Elizabeth Smith Rousselle

Part IV. Symbols of (Dis)Illusion in the Early Twentieth Century

8. Lamenting the State of Science and Feminism
Elizabeth Smith Rousselle

9. Maternal Abjection and the Death of Don Juan in Blanca de los Ríos’s Las hijas de Don Juan and Miguel de Unamuno’s Dos madres

Elizabeth Smith Rousselle

10. Conclusion Modern Spanish Subjects
Elizabeth Smith Rousselle

Keywords: Social Sciences, Gender Studies, European Literature, Literature, general, European History, Literary History

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
242 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137439888
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-49496-5

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