El relato de una casa deshabitada: voz, sujeto y nación en Silencios de Karla Suárez

Timmer, Nanne
April 2010
Confluencia;Spring2010, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p158
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
The article presents a literary criticism of the novel "Silencios" by Cuban author Karla Suárez. The author focuses on themes of voice, subject, and the representation of nationalism and the nation in the book. Suárez's work is compared to other authors of her generation such as Ena Lucía Portela, Ana Lydia Vega, and Pedro de Jesús and also paintings by Cuban artist Sandra Ramos.


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