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American Irish Newsletter - December 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec Dec 1989

American Irish Newsletter - December 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec

American Irish Newsletter

No abstract provided.


American Irish Newsletter - November 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec Nov 1989

American Irish Newsletter - November 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec

American Irish Newsletter

No abstract provided.


American Irish Newsletter - October 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec Oct 1989

American Irish Newsletter - October 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec

American Irish Newsletter

No abstract provided.


American Irish Newsletter - September 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec Sep 1989

American Irish Newsletter - September 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec

American Irish Newsletter

No abstract provided.


American Irish Newsletter - August 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec Aug 1989

American Irish Newsletter - August 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec

American Irish Newsletter

No abstract provided.


American Irish Newsletter - July 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec Jul 1989

American Irish Newsletter - July 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec

American Irish Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Gilka Machado And Adelia Prado:Two Brazilian Women Poets' Vision Of The Female Experience, Joyce Anne Carlson-Leavitt Jun 1989

Gilka Machado And Adelia Prado:Two Brazilian Women Poets' Vision Of The Female Experience, Joyce Anne Carlson-Leavitt

Spanish and Portuguese ETDs

This study is a feminist analysis of Adélia Prado and Gilka Machado's use of imagery and themes to express their female point of view.

The work of these two poets resembles that of many contemporary English-speaking women poets. They draw spiritual and creative nourishment either from identification with nature or association with a community of women. They associate the spiritual with the mundane and the erotic, and each one enjoys her own body and its sensuality. They rework traditional myths into positive, empowering images for women. Like their feminist counterparts in the English-speaking world, both poets empower women by ...


American Irish Newsletter - June 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec Jun 1989

American Irish Newsletter - June 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec

American Irish Newsletter

No abstract provided.


American Irish Newsletter - May 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec May 1989

American Irish Newsletter - May 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec

American Irish Newsletter

No abstract provided.


American Irish Newsletter - April 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec Apr 1989

American Irish Newsletter - April 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec

American Irish Newsletter

No abstract provided.


American Irish Newsletter - February - March 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec Mar 1989

American Irish Newsletter - February - March 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec

American Irish Newsletter

No abstract provided.


American Irish Newsletter - December 1988 - January 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec Jan 1989

American Irish Newsletter - December 1988 - January 1989, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec

American Irish Newsletter

No abstract provided.