Género e Identidad Sexual como Discurso Sofía Casanova y la Primera Guerra Mundial

TitleGénero e Identidad Sexual como Discurso Sofía Casanova y la Primera Guerra Mundial
Publication TypeThesis
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsCrespo, Pedro Ochoa, Elena Hernández Sandoica, and Concha Roldán
Corporate Authorsde Madrid, Universidad Complutens
Academic DepartmentFacultad de Geografía e Historia
Number of Pages444
Date Published2015
UniversityUniversidad Complutense de Madrid
CityMadrid, Spain
Abstract

Sofía Guadalupe Pérez Casanova de Lutosławski was a poet, novelist, and journalist, the first Spanish woman to become a permanent correspondent in a foreign country and a war correspondent. This thesis discusses issues of gender and sexual identity in her writtings during the First World War. 

Translated TitleGender and Sexual Identity as Sofia Casanova Speech and the First World War
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