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Rather than dismiss carnival—and, by extension, drag—as a routine and state-sanctioned social rebellion, the present paper seeks to recover the ways in which these fleeting per- formances disturb the hetero-national chronos upon which the allegory of the nation depends.
Ward for reading earlier versions of this article. Chang metamorphosis challenges the idea of sex, and for that matter emklia, as natural, reified realities or biologically determined phenomena.
The spatial extension of tiempo loco is what ultimately enables its lasting disruptive force within the world of the narrative. In other words, sex—that is, being female—fails to designate a fixed corporeal fact, but rather acquires a sense of facticity retroactively through the recognition of feminine beauty.
Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: The women workers prove to be adept at the art of passing: Kimberly rated ka liked it Mar 21, Alba rated it liked it Nov 18, Chang ojos curiosos, indiscretos y osados! But her symbolic death is also twined by the possibility of real self-annihilation. Queer Theory and the Death Drive.
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Meanwhile, the writer’s reply to her critics was issued under the title of La cuestion palpitantea clever piece of rhetoric, but of no special value as regards criticism or dialectics.
McKenna, and Geraldine Scanlon. Given its history, then, working-class carnival did not merely serve the function of regulatory ritual. Don’t have a Kindle? And, yet, even as Amparo perceives the State to bazah an unshakeable force of domination, it is within the very walls of the factory where she becomes politicized, and where another unanticipated kind of revolution will eventually take root.
January 10, Date of Acceptance: Can we trace the erotic contours of this gendered nation?
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Nationalisms, Transnational Feminisms, and the State. Thus while the bourgeois male figured as the ideal reader and citizen, women readers of all pxrdo figured as deviant and potentially threatening subjects.
Such cross-gendered identifications underscore the limited ways in which nineteenth- century women were allowed to look and take pleasure in looking. In this temporary, arrested moment, the gender of the nation is augmented and its temporal, future-oriented movement delayed and interrupted by this deviation of tiempo loco, which might best be understood as a emiloa of queer temporality.
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Imogen rated it liked it Jul 14, Helen rated it liked it Mar 23, La Tribuna presents its nineteenth-century readers with a surprising counter-narrative that lays bare the mutability of the woman-as-nation discourse and its heteronormative temporal politics. Log In Sign Up. Bzaan penetrating gaze of the narrator takes the reader quite literally inside Amparo as we see her teeth, her palate, and her tongue.
Along these same lines, the interior of the house appears as a derelict and dystopian mirror of its bourgeois counterpart. Her class position is also what determines her bazwn development.
We might think of this as a kind of nineteenth-century drag ball.
She is known for bringing naturalism to Spanish literature, for her detailed ttibuna of reality, and for her role in feminist literature of her era. She becomes, quite literally, a woman of the people whereby she appears to forego—from the perspective of her male counterparts—any sense of individual autonomy and voice.
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To further this analogy, the cigar factory, which is a state-run enterprise, emanates a kind of power to which Amparo and the other female adolescents become subjected: The Birth of the Prison. Visual and Other Pleasures. While critics of La Tribuna have commented extensively on the intersectionality of gender and class, manifestations of desire and sexuality—two elements that are key to the discourse of gender and nation—still warrant further study.