Mujer como sujeto subalterno en cuatro novelas transatlánticas en tiempos de guerra, La: El tiempo entre costuras, La voz dormida, Arráncame la vida y Como agua para chocolate
This thesis studies how women are represented in four novels and how they appear as subaltern subjects during the course of their stories. Two novels are set in Spain and the other two take place in Mexico. This paper addresses the different ways in which these women are subjugated, either by society or by their own family. The first chapter, presents the theories developed by Subaltern Studies, which emerged in Asia in the 1970’s. Subaltern studies attempt to explain how dominant groups abuse other groups and how the dominant group oppress minorities because of their condition of race, ethnicity, ...
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