Artesana De S Misma: Gabriela Mistral, Una Intelectual En Cuerpo Y Palabra (Purdue Studies In Romance Literatures)
Artesana De S Misma: Gabriela Mistral, Una Intelectual En Cuerpo Y Palabra (Purdue Studies In Romance Literatures)

Artesana De S Misma: Gabriela Mistral, Una Intelectual En Cuerpo Y Palabra (Purdue Studies In Romance Literatures)

  • Publish Date: 2018-04-15
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Claudia Cabello Hutt
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Artesana de s misma reevalua el lugar de Gabriela Mistral, premio Nobel de literatura, en la historia literaria e intelectual de America Latina. Cabello Hutt acerca a los lectores a la amplia, pero escasamente estudiada, prosa periodistica de Mistral ademas de un conjuncto de manuscritos, cartas e imagenes provenientes de archivas norteamericanos y chilenos as como del recientemente abierto archivo de su albacea y companera, Doris Dana. Artesana de s misma explora mas alla de la ampliamente estudiada poesia de Mistral y demuestra que su prosa, representacion visual y performatividad de genero son claves para comprender la auto-construccion de esta figura como una intelectual latinoamericana y una escritora de reconocimiento internacional.

Artesana de s misma by Claudia Cabello-Hutt reevaluates the place of Nobel laureate Gabriela Mistral in the literary and intellectual history of Latin America, illuminating and filling a number of lingering voids in the study of this canonical figure. Cabello-Hutt introduces readers to Mistrals vast but scarcely studied journalistic prose as well as her unpublished manuscripts, letters, and images held in the United States and in newly opened Chilean archives. Moving beyond her amply discussed poetry, Cabello-Hutt demonstrates that Mistrals essays, visual representations, and gender performance are key to understanding Mistrals self-construction as a Latin American female intellectual and internationally recognized writer.









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