Textured Lives: Women, Art, and Representation in Modern Mexico

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During the eight decades in the evolution of the modern Mexican nation, shifting relations of power have constantly met with voices of opposition that challenge the national vision of progress and unity. "Textured Lives "explores some of these cracks in the Mexican national edifice through the cultural practices of women in literature and the arts, focusing on individuals who represent crucial phases in Mexico's cultural history: Frida Kahlo and postrevolutionary nationalism, Rosario Castellanos and the promises of ...

Textured Lives: Women, Art, and Representation in Modern Mexico 1994, University of Arizona Press, Tucson

ISBN-13: 9780816514748

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Textured Lives: Women, Art, and Representation in Modern Mexico 1992, University of Arizona Press

ISBN-13: 9780816512508

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