6 edition of Gay Cuban Nation found in the catalog.
September 1, 2001
by University Of Chicago Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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With Gay Cuban Nation, Emilio Bejel looks at Cuba's markedly homoerotic culture through writings about homosexuality, placing them in the social and political contexts that led up to the Cuban reading against the grain of a wide variety of novels, short stories, autobiographies, newspaper articles, and films, Bejel maps out a fascinating argument about the way in which different › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Social Sciences.
With Gay Cuban Nation, Emilio Bejel looks at Cuba’s markedly homoerotic culture through writings about homosexuality, placing them in the social and political contexts that led up to the Cuban reading against the grain of a wide variety of novels, short stories, autobiographies, newspaper articles, and films, Bejel maps out a fascinating argument about the way in which Emilio Bejel's sensible analyses of Cuban fiction (on page and screen) shows that the project of Cuban nationalism from the last years of Spanish colonial rule to the middle years of Soviet neocolonialism was tightly interwoven with anxiety about weak, effeminate males and assertive, masculine addition to well-known works such as Reinaldo Arenas's memoir _Before Night Falls_, José Published: October Book Review: Gay Cuban Nation.
By Emilio sity of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois,pp., $ (hardback), $ Gay Cuban Nation is an intelligently written piece of scholarship that contributes to the ongoing debate concerning the problematic space in [End Page ] modern Cuban society assigned to the homosexual by those in power.
Emilio Bejel's methodology in this work is closer to cultural studies than traditional literary criticism, thus explaining the variety of texts (literary, cinematic Books shelved as cuban-authors: The Drug User: Documents by Strausbaugh & Blaise, Diary of the Cuban Revolution by Carlos Franqui, For Nelson M As a challenge to the “official” stories of Cuban nation and Cuban diaspora emanating from Havana and Miami, respectively, the book thus offers a valuable contribution to understandings of Cuban identity construction after migration – if no longer a quite path-breaking one, thanks to predecessors such as Cuba: The Elusive Nation, edited by Damián J.
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Maykel González Vivero hosted a program on Radio Sagua that A proposed reform of the Cuban constitution would shape the island’s future for years, but Cubans appear to be more interested in debating gay marriage than a multiparty :// GAY CUBAN NATION () (book) by Emelio Bejel (Literary history and criticism) University of Chicago Press Machos, Maricones and Gays () by Ian Lumsden (book) At once quite sympathetic and quite critical.
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