Significant violence: oppression and resistance in the narratives of Juan Goytisolo, 1970-1990

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Clarendon Press, Dec 5, 1996 - Literary Criticism - 513 pages
Significant Violence focuses on five novels by the leading Spanish writer, Juan Goytisolo. Drawing on a range of critical material, it examines the complicated nature of Goytisolo's writing and pays special attention to the crisis of representational language; sexual politics; terrorism andanarchy; race, religion, and nationalism; and the ties between aesthetics, ethics, and politics.

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Contents

REMNDICA CION DEL CONDE DON JULIAN 1970
22
Irony Truth and Destruction
60
Misogyny Homophobia
96
Copyright

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Brad Epps is John L. Loeb Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures at Harvard University.

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