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Peter Lang. Search Close. Advanced Search Help. Show Less Restricted access. Buy eBook. Similarly, there is little discussion in the peripheries about what Spanish literature is. In short, the issue of multilingualism is raised to legitimize-universalize Spanish in the national peripheries and not the other way around.
Villanueva never discusses the presence of peripheral literatures in Spanish literature, since Spanish literature written in Spanish is the only literature of the state. He erases the trace of peripheral languages in Spain and turns them into the supplement, the constitutive element, of Spanish literature. To the reductive nationalist question of whether Spanish is a language of Galician Basque, Catalan, Asturian, etc.
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To a symptomatic question, only a fantastic answer is possible. Note that the question has already established that Galician is not part of Spanish literature; Spanish literature needs the Galician language as other to continue to establish an impossible self-identity. Feminism is one of the privileged discourses from which we can address this problem in its historical complexity.
Problems in which the geographic nature of politics geopolitics is emphasized—nationalism, colonialism-imperialism, migra- tion, class, and so on—can be rethought through questions in which the biological nature of politics biopolitics is emphasized: gender, sex, race, and so on. Only a feminist postnationalist critique allows us to bridge the chasm between geopolitics and biopolitics, so that we historicize from this chasm by opening it up, rather than closing it, to history. Even the recent refashioning of the main postimperialist European literatures with the addition of -phone anglophone, francophone, etc.
Literary histories can no longer be thought of in nationalist terms, especially in Spanish-Castilian, French francophone , and English anglo- phone literatures—all traditions with an imperialist history. For geopolitical minority literatures such as those on the periphery of the Spanish state, the question is not whether to defend a national literary ideology but whether to uphold a strategically essentialist position of exclusivity or, instead, re- think Galician Basque, Catalan, Asturian, etc.
Does this mean that for forty years, there were no Galician women writers? My purpose is to compensate for the shortcomings that cultural studies has brought to feminist studies. Yet, here I examine it through her narrative, which is mostly written in Spanish, to understand the instability of her position in Galician nationalism.
Ultimately, she exiles herself from Galician language and culture as a reaction to the opposition her journalistic writings encounter among Galician nationalist circles. As a M Se atreven a decir que es fuerza que me rehabilite ante Galicia.
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Rehabili- tate myself for what? For having done everything I could to promote it?
It precedes her nationalist Galician writing and also heralds her later criticism of Galician nationalism. An Atlantic discursive structure is characteristic of them all, but it is complex and calls for a separate biopolitical and geopoliti- cal analysis. It is precisely this position that allows her to articulate a modernist discourse in her late narrative.
Beginning with La hija del mar, and only excepting El caballero, the masochist woman desiring the sadistic father is always bound to Galicia in El caballero, the masochist female position is occupied by a group of women located in Madrid. In other words, the masochist woman, often a mother, M When later, perfectly familiar with politics, aesthetics, physi- ology, mineralogy, and foreign customs, you generously returned yourself to the fatherland.
She is marginal even to the small villages or towns in which she lives. Unlike in her poetry, Castro depicts wealthy characters such as Don Braulio in Ruinas or the Duque de la Gloria in El caballero, but their wealth becomes a more privileged way to continue to criticize the middle class, the high bourgeoisie, and the aristoc- PQ for Alonso Seoane racy. It constitutes a highly visible attitude reiterated throughout her literary production, both poetic and narrative. Perhaps this failed articulation of the novelistic episodes is what most distances El caballero.
Several critics have also analyzed its initial references to Cervantes and, as a result, con- cluded that Castro deploys a Cervantine strategy of criticizing the existing M It is founded on a double literature that appropriates the codes of the serialized novel, on the one hand, and criticizes them, on the other. Wadda C. It is not a coincidence that this position is Atlantic, postcolonial-imperialist, migrant, and modernist. In his violence, the father rep- resents the possibility of transcending the Spanish-Galician national order.
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Castro ends up identifying with the father as a way to occupy a sadistic, intellectual, modernist, Atlantic position. Furthermore, the father is a separate char- acter from the innocent male lover Fausto of the young female protagonist Teresa. In these two novels, both male and female protagonists hybridize into sadistic characters that can alternatively occupy the father position. As a result, the invocation and recuperation of the lost father help her articulate an exilic, uncanny position, from which to gain a critical distance and transcends her contemporary cultural, nationalist historical context.
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