Virgins and fleurs de lys: nation and gender in Québec and Puerto Rico
Editorial de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, 2000 - Literary Collections - 189 pages
Examines and compares the socio-political history of Puerto Rico and Quebec through the writings of Ana Lydia Vega and France Theoret.
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