Abjection, Nation, and the Prostitute’s Body in Cristina Rivera Garza’s Nadie me verá llorar

Title

Abjection, Nation, and the Prostitute’s Body in Cristina Rivera Garza’s Nadie me verá llorar

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Document Type

Contribution to Book

Department

Modern Languages & Literature

Book Title

Unveiling the Body in Hispanic Women's Literature: From 19th-Century Spain to 21st-Century United States

Editor(s)

Renée Sum Scott and Arleen Chiclana y González

Find in WorldCat

https://www.worldcat.org/title/unveiling-the-body-in-hispanic-womens-literature-from-19th-century-spain-to-21st-century-united-states/oclc/978356164&referer=brief_results

ISBN

978-0773456730

Publication Date

1-1-2006

Publisher

Edwin Mellen Press

City

Lewiston, NY

First Page

81

Last Page

98

Disciplines

Film and Media Studies | Latin American Languages and Societies | Modern Languages | Modern Literature | Spanish and Portuguese Language and Literature

Abjection, Nation, and the Prostitute’s Body in Cristina Rivera Garza’s Nadie me verá llorar

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