Silent Bodies (Re) Discovering the Women of Romanian Short Fiction

By: Orlich, Ileana Alexandra

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Text is clean. Cover shows virtually no wear. Dust jacket shows light wear, but has obvious tear/wrinkling at base of spine. ; FROM THE PUBLISHER: This study focuses on specifically Romanian social structures and literary representations and examines the issues of gender as the social organization of sex, of obligatory heterosexuality as an imperative of societal systems, and of the constraint of female sexuality. Romanian fiction is revealed to be a mirror image of the stereotypical picture of the western canon, marked by confrontation and repression. The volume focuses on four representative short stories by representative Romanian writers: Ioan Slavici, Ioan Luca Caragiale, Mikhail Sadoveanu, and Liviu Rebreanu. ; East European Monographs; 128 pages

Title: Silent Bodies (Re) Discovering the Women of Romanian Short Fiction

Author Name: Orlich, Ileana Alexandra

Categories: Romainian Literature,

Publisher: Boulder, CO, Eastern European Monographs: 2002

ISBN Number: 0880334991

ISBN Number 13: 9780880334990

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine in Good+ dust jacket

Seller ID: 2546