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タイトル :「第三世界」発のフェミニズム ― 『バルン・カナン』を巡って ―
別言語のタイトル :Feminism from the Third World: Reconsidering Rosario Castellanos' Balun Canan or The Nine Guardians
著者 :洲崎, 圭子
別言語の著者 :SUSAKI, Keiko
発行日 :2008-3
抄録 :This article examines Bal?n Can?n (1957), which means “nine stars” in Tzeltal, the language of the Indians living in the region where the novel takes place. Its Mexican author Rosario Castellanos describes a range of women of diverse ages, races, social classes, and economic conditions and puts strong emphasis not only on sexual distinction and class conflict but also on racial distinction. This emphasis on the differences suggests that there is no “Latin American woman” as a fixed entity. The diversity of countries as well as languages and histories make it impossible to define Latin American women as a single set or having a single Latin American imagination. Certainly Mexico has long been considered a Third World country by the West, and women there are regarded as more oppressed and more “underdeveloped” than Western women. Feminist criticism is often viewed as having its origins in the West. What is revealed here, however, is that Bal?n Can?n, which was published before second-wave feminism, was a kind of precursor to the Western feminist movement through the description of differences among women.
資料種別 :紀要論文
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/10083/3894
NII書誌ID :AA11937020
公開者・出版者 :お茶の水女子大学21世紀COEプログラムジェンダー研究のフロンティア
掲載雑誌 :F-GENSジャーナル Vol.10 p.243 -248
出現コレクション:F-GENSジャーナル