El género y la escritura femenina

Téllez, Josefina Hernández
May 2006
Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Politicas y Sociales;may-ago2006, Vol. 48 Issue 197, p117
Academic Journal
This article reviews the main dissertations on gender studies, with special attention to the contribution of female writing. The main objective is to carry out an analysis of the work of Adelina Zendejas Gómez (1909-1993). Likewise, it reveals the personal and social context of this important and transcendent journalist and teacher.


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