Writing Beyond Fascism: Cultural Resistance in the Life and Works of Alba de CÚspedes (Google eBook)

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Carole C. Galluci, Ellen Victoria Nerenberg
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 255 pages
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This collection of essays, the first of its kind in English or Italian, examines de Cespedes's major texts, asking how the author wrote against Fascism and beyond it. The essays engage current interpretive and heuristic tools and take on a matrix of issues ranging from semiotic to psychoanalytic, from feminist to historical, from a concern for mass culture to cultural studies.
  

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Contents

Preface
7
Introduction
21
Alba de Cespedes Revisited
37
Father Son
59
The Sexual Politics of the Migrational City in Nessuno
85
Surveillance Sin and Morality
110
Alba de Cespedes and the 1943 Film
132
The Emergence of a Female
155
Is a Maternal Text Possible? Writing and Motherhood
182
A Derridean
199
Alba de Cespedess
223
List of Contributors
247
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