Política y género en Las mujeres (cubanas) y el sentido del humor

García-Serrano, Ma Victoria
April 2009
Confluencia;Spring2009, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p61
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
A literary criticism of the book "Las mujeres y el sentido del humor" by Olga Fernández is presented. Discrimination in the treatment of humor written by Cuban female authors is discussed. Manifestations of the influence of the Cuban state and revolutionary ideology on the writings of these authors, including criticism of Cuban exiles and the lack of criticism of Marxist doctrine, are examined.


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