Browse Dept. of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese by Subject "Geography"
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(2005)This dissertation explores and analyzes a common denominator in the thematic of these authors, a common denominator independent of regional and national differences, as well as a simultaneous aesthetic preoccupation with ...
(2010)My analysis of urban female working characters reveals that middle-class representations of working women result from a dominant conceptualization of class and gendered spaces in nineteenth and early twentieth-century ...