Women in the discourse of early modern Spain /

''The questions and approaches ... really get my respect by the way they are argued. Some of these essays will spark controversy as to method; all of them will make changes in the way we teach the Spanish classics and in what classics we do teach.

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Other Authors: Cammarata, Joan, 1950-
Format: eBook
Published: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, ©2003.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Authorizing the wife/mother in sixteenth-century advice manuals / Carolyn Nadeau
  • Identity, illusion, and the emergence of the feminine subject in La Lozana andaluza / John C. Parrack
  • Skepticism and mysticism in early modern Spain: the combative stance of Teresa de Avila / Barbara Mujica
  • The price of love: the conflictive economies of La gitanilla / William H. Clamurro
  • The problematics of gender/genre in Vida i sucesos de la monja alférez / Rainer H. Goetz
  • Relaciones de fiestas: Ana Caro's accounts of public spectacles / Sharon D. Voros
  • Masquerade and the Comedia / Anita K. Stoll
  • Dreams, voices, signatures: deciphering woman's desires in Angela de Azevedo's Dicha y desdicha del juego / Frederick A. de Armas
  • Galatea's fall and the inner dynamics of Góngora's Fábula de Polifemo y Galatea / Joseph V. Ricapito
  • De voz extremada: Cervantes's women characters speak for themselves / Sara A. Taddeo
  • Silence is/as golden ... age device: Ana Caro's eloquent reticence in Valo, agravio y mujer / Monica Leoni
  • Woman of the world and world of the woman in the narrative of Mariana de Caravajal / Louis Imperiale
  • A cry in the wilderness: pastoral female discourse in Mari ̀de Zayas / Deborah Compte
  • Zayas's ideal of the masculine: clothes make the man / Susan Paun de García
  • Desire unbound: women's theater of Spain's golden age / Lisa Vollendorf.