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A study of narrative fiction by Portuguese woman writers immediately before the 25th April revolution and during the post-revolution period of 1974-1986. The book analyzes novels by Teolinda Gersao, Helia Correia, Olga Goncalves, and Lidia Jorge, exploring women's sexually embodied subjectivity.
Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
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