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La escritura femenina española del siglo XVI y los paradigmas usados por Beatriz Bernal en "Cristalián de España"

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Author(s): Elami Ortiz-Hernán Pupareli

Journal: Tirant : Butlletí Informatiu i Bibliogràfic de Literatura de Cavalleries
ISSN 1579-7422

Volume: 12;
Start page: 133;
Date: 2009;
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Keywords: Women‟s writing | Romances of Chivalry

ABSTRACT
Sixteenth Century female writers, when pursuing their own space of creation, used to adopt paradigms established by male authors. In doing so, female writers worked with different tools. Beatriz Bernal did the same when writing her Romance of Chivalry, Cristalián de España. In this article, Beatriz Bernal‟s novel is analyzed from several points of view, such as the concept of polyphony, according to Bajtin, female‟s body deconstruction, according to Derrida and Ricouer concepts, and the authoress-reader-writer conception, following María Carmen Marín.
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