Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing; 1st Unabridged edition (February 1, 2014)
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The authors of Twenty-First Century Latin American Narrative and Postmodern Feminism argue that, whereas the extra conventional feminists of the 20 th century didn't realize of their theoretical and literary paintings the variety of women's reviews, present Latin American post-feminist and post-modern writers are providing a transgressive new social order, leading to a extra major cultural resistance to the society they characterize. The authors integrated during this quantity convey that the narrative of the writers analyzed here's now not constrained to spotting concerns serious about gender or perhaps sexuality, but in addition explores the feminine aspiration of a dignified lifestyles and overcoming the dominant buildings of their social, political and cultural measurement. The complicated girl scenario of this millennium has develop into the first concern whereas looking for new kinds to symbolize ladies in literature. In Twenty-First Century Latin American Narrative and Postmodern Feminism, the authors confront this problem in a pointy, subtle and harmonious means, providing a serious textual content that would be of curiosity for either experts and basic readers attracted to Latin American literature and tradition of the hot years.