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Mujer, clase y proyecto nacional en la Venezuela de finales del siglo XIX: Todo un pueblo de Miguel Eduardo Pardo

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Author(s): Baldimir Ruiz

Journal: Cuadernos de Literatura
ISSN 0122-8102

Volume: 17;
Issue: 33;
Start page: 202;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: Latin American Nineteenth Century | Nationalism | Historic Identity | Venezuelan Novel | Latin American Modernisation

ABSTRACT
Nineteenth-century Latin American literature (and Venezuelan literature within it) must be studied as a learned means through which intellectuals (many of them politicians that had the possibility to implement their ideas) conceive a nation model in which the bases of what is national are clearly outlined. Thepresent paper studies Miguel Eduardo Pardo’s novel Todo un pueblo, and how it represents this process through a clear debate on historic identity and the role of social classes and of women in the formation and consolidation of the desired nation-State.
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