ences, described by the author as "a tri-
umph of recovery and self-love through
the help of a power greater than all of
sion of Feminine Subjectivity (2012)."
Conde (1907-1996), a distinguished
Spanish poet considered a pioneer in her
1935 and 1985 that
have received scant
critical attention. This
is the first critical
analysis of these nov-
els, a study of the fe-
role beyond the pa-
ternal, domestic do-
main that focuses on
20th century Spanish literature.
of hegemonic discourse and then evolves
to deracinate the premises that marginal-
ize the feminine. Her female protagonists
for the most part exist as autonomous
entities who speak beyond the ears of
androcentricity as the textual (re)inscrip-
tion of their gender allows them to ap-
propriate their surroundings.
Spanish at SBU. She received her M.S.
from Georgetown University and Ph.D.
from Florida State University. She lives in
the Orlando, Fla., area with her husband
and three children.
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eting story of a businesswoman desper-
ately trying to save her teenage daughter
from the minefield of youth.
freshman Ellie toys
with dangerous be-
stirring up memories
from her mother's
past. Mom Anastasia
finds a way to tell
Ellie her own painful
story -- from seri-
ously troubled teen
in an effort to pull her daughter out of
risk teen, while offering inspirational
hope that transcendence is possible; that
we can discover peace amidst pain and
joy after tragedy.
Crazy," a funny yet poignant look at the
experiences of a burnt out social worker.
kinds of caseworkers she encounters in
heart, her work can be boiled down to
helping people become more compliant
with social expectations. However, lately
Belinda has been feeling that she herself
can't even comply with social expecta-
tions, though she has become very good
at behaving in a socially acceptable way
with others. Lately she doesn't care what
society wants or expects.
plant and the cross-topped spires that
shadow the dreams of its residents, "Buf-
falo Steel" finds its narrator setting off to
seek her own spirit, away from the forces
that forged her. Firmly grounded in the
historical and cultural context of the
Queen City, this lyrical journey by Lizz
Schumer, '08, explores how a child
raised in a conservative, religious culture
can free herself from
the bonds that made
her without losing her
place in that world.
threads of historical
anecdotes and biblical
touchstones, the nar-
rator explores her
own changing views
on what it means to
be part of a society,
whether by birth, assimilation or a combi-
nation of the two.
raised, she seeks solace in a Catholic col-
lege that offers faint echoes of the home
that cradled her childhood.
her quest for meaning. That quest sees
her travel to Oxford, Dublin, Italy, Wash-
ington, D.C., and back again, finding dis-
placement and disillusionment
everywhere she lands. Along the way, she
discovers that her identity has been wait-
ing all along.