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Women, Guerrillas, and Love: Understanding War in Central America
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"The 14 chapters posit a regendering of revolutionary poetics, which is accomplished by reworking concepts such as '(new)man,' 'woman,' and 'subaltern.' The predictability of Rodr�iguez's arguments and dated historical referents do not detract from solid analyses, like those in chapter eight regarding Mario Roberto Morales' 'El esplendor de la pir�amide' and those in the next chapter on Oreamuno's 'La ruta de su evasi�on.' The author focuses on her strength - narratives from Cuba and her native Nicaragua"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.
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