Memory and Gender: Neus Carbonell's Alguna cosa més que tu

Bieder, Maryellen
January 2001
Revista de Estudios Hispanicos;ene2001, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p137
Academic Journal
The article discusses the themes of gender and memory in the novel "Alguna cosa más que tu," by Catalan writer Neus Carbonell. The novel's narrator struggles with her cultural identity as being both Spanish and English. Memory through history serves as the primary theme in the novel, with the main character reflecting on her family's role during the Spanish Civil War and the aftermath of the Spanish Republic movement. The theme of gender is also mentioned in the article.


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