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La perversión del lenguaje femenino en relatos de Ana María Shua y Silvina Ocampo



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Murcia Martínez, María del Carmen (2016) La perversión del lenguaje femenino en relatos de Ana María Shua y Silvina Ocampo. [Thesis]



This thesis talks about the influence and impact of the folk and oral literature have in the women writers, especially the manipulations by two Argentine authors: Ana María Shua and Silvina Ocampo. Before analyzing the texts of these women, I begin with a reflection about the canon and writers who compose, to study the first women who approach it and they start with male models to write their texts. Therefore, each women writer has taken on elements of texts have been written by men, for example, themes, writing models, types of characters, etc., manipulating the canon to get a female voice from the concept of perversion, because everything is not standard it is perverse. One could say that the women writers start from male texts to pervert them, because these women steel male literatures language, especially in the twentieth century. They select different elements of male novels to get through the muses to produce own texts. They try to write something new from the known, and the Known is the male literature...

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Tesis inédita de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Filología, Departamento de Filología Española IV (Bibliografía Española y Literatura Hispanoamericana), leída el 27-01-2016

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Soltero Sánchez, Evangelina
Uncontrolled Keywords:Silvina Ocampo, Ana María Shua
Subjects:Humanities > Philology > Spanish and Spanish American literature
ID Code:39720
Deposited On:25 Oct 2016 10:18
Last Modified:18 Dec 2018 08:58

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