Essays on Contemporary Spanish Women Writers of Narrative

"The Aftermath of Guilt: Continuing Theme of the Spanish Civil War." Hispanic Literatures: Literature and Politics. Conference proceedings, Oct. 8-9, l976. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 194-202.
"Faulkner in Spain: The Case of Elena Quiroga." Comparative Literature Studies 14(l977): 166-76.
"Carmen Martín Gaite, Feminist Author." Revista de Estudios Hispánicos ll(l977): 323-38. "Elena Quiroga and the Alienated Child." Hispanic Conference: El niño en la literatura hispánica contemporánea. Conference proceedings, October 20-21, 1978, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 323-31.
"Divorce in the Contemporary Spanish Novel." Perspectivas de la novela, ed. A. V. Ebersole. Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1979. Pp. 115-22.
"Carmen Martín Gaite and the Generation of 1898." Romance Notes 20(l980): 293-97.
"La aparición de nuevas corrientes femeninas en la novela española de posguerra." Letras Femeninas 9(l983): 35-42.
"Mercedes Salisachs, novelista de su época." Novelistas femininas de la postguerra española, ed. Janet W. Pérez. Madrid: José Porrua Turanzas, 1983. 7-17. Revised version appears in homage to Mercedes Salisachs, ed. Antonio Ayuso. 2008.
"Divorce in Franco Spain: Elena Quiroga's Algo pasa en la calle." For Better or Worse: Attitudes Toward Marriage in Literature, ed. Evelyn J. Hinz. Winnipeg, Canada: University of Manitoba, l985, pp. 129-138. Published simultaneously in Mosaic l7.l(l984): 129-38. Diosdado/Quiroga entries for Women Writers of Spain: An Annotated Bibliographical Guide, ed. Carolyn Galerstein. Greenwood Press, l986. 93-95, 216-264.
"Women Novelists in Democratic Spain: Freedom to Express the Female Perspective." Anales de la Literatura Contemporánea 12.1-2 (1987): 29-44.
"Tales from Fernández Cubas: Adventure in the Fantastic." Monographic Review/Revista Monográfica 3.1-2 (1987): 107-118.
"Detective Fiction and the Novels of Mayoral." Monographic Review/Revista Monográfica 3.1-2 (1987): 279-87.
"Passivity and Immobility: Patterns of Inner Exile in Postwar Novels Written by Women." Letras Femeninas 14.1-2 (1988): 3-9.
"Elena Quiroga's Tristura: The Anguish of Silence and Absence". Modern Language Studies 18.2 (1988): 89-96.
"The Civil War in the Spanish Novel: Female Perspectives." España Contemporánea 2.4 (1989): 23-40.
"Spain." Longman Anthology of World Literature by Women l875-l975. Ed. Marian Arkin and Barbara Shollar. White Plains NY: Longman Press, 1989. 1194-98.
"Childbirth with Fear: Bleeding to Death Softly." Letras Femeninas 16 (1990): 37-44.
"Elena Quiroga." Women Writers of Contemporary Spain: Exiles in the Homeland. Ed. Joan Lipman Brown. Newark: University of Delaware Press; London and Toronto: Associated University Presses, 1991. 42-58.
Dictionary of Continental Women Writers, ed. Katharina M. Wilson. 2 vols. New York and London: Garland, 1991. Amat, 31-32; Diosdado, 323-324; Fernández Cubas, 405; Gómez Ojea, 473; Mayoral, 808-809; Montero, 861-862; Quiroga, 1020-21; Roig, 1056-58; Salisachs, 1096-97.
"The Novels of Rosa Montero as Experimental Fiction." Monographic Review/ Revista Monográfica 8 (1992): 114-124.
"Gothic Inversion of the Future: Rosa Montero's Temblor." Romance Notes 33.2 (1993): 119-23.
Introduction to Escribo tu nombre by Elena Quiroga. Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, 1993. 9-35. "Amnesia, Strangulation, Hallucination and Other Mishaps: The Perils of Being Female in Tales of Cristina Fernández Cubas." Hispania 79.1 (1996): 36-44.
"Beyond the Fantastic: New Tales from Fernández Cubas." Hers Ancient and Modern: Women's Writing in Spain and Brazil. Ed. Catherine Davies and Jane Whetnall. Manchester Spanish & Portuguese Studies, 6: University of Manchester, 1997. 73-86.
"Hermanas de sangre: From Published Play to Made-for-Television Movie." In Mapping the Fiction of Cristina Fernández Cubas. Ed. Kathleen Glenn and Janet Pérez. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2005. 184-99.
"Mercedes Salisachs, novelista de su época." Rev. of article in Pérez anthology, published in on-line journal issue dedicated to the novelist. Espéculo 389 (2008), ed. Antonio Ayuso. Quiroga essay to be reprinted in Garland's Encyclopedia of European Women, ed. Paul and June Schlueter and Katharina Wilson, forthcoming. Fernández Cubas/Quiroga/Salom entries for Routledge, Encyclopedia of Contemporary Spanish Culture, ed. Eamonn Rodgers, forthcoming.


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