Gender, Class, & Nation: Merce Rodoreda & the Subjects of Modernism

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Little attention has been paid to Merce Rodoreda (1908-1983) as a modernist writer. This study addresses the relationship of her production with Catalan, Spanish, and European modernism. Foregrounded is Rodoreda's negotiation of the overlapping subjects of gender, class, modes of representation, and national identities.

In the first three chapters her pre-Civil War novels Soc una dona honrada?, Un dia de la vida d'un home, and Del que hom no pot fugir are read against key Catalan texts, particularly Eugeni d'Ors', to emphasise debates surrounding modernist aesthetics and models of Catalan national identity. The modernist preoccupation with 'high' versus 'low' literature is developed in Aloma, while El carrer de les Camelies reconfigures the flaneur vis-a-vis the female writer's positioning in the modernist enterprise. The modernist debt to realism and the revindication of early Catalan modernism in the 1970s are examined in Mirall trencat.

Christine Arkinstall is a Senior Lecturer in Spanish at The University of Auckland.
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(9780838755624)

SKU 9780838755624
Barcode # 9780838755624
Brand AUP
Artist / Author Christine R. ARKINSTALL

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