Margarita Carretero GonzálezUniversity of Granada | UGR · Departamento de Filologías Inglesa y Alemana
Margarita Carretero González
Doctor of Philosophy
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Resumen: Este artículo explora la posibilidad de leer los diarios que Dorothy Wordsworth escribió en Alfoxden y Grasmere entre 1798 y 1803 como ejemplos de la posición epistemológica privilegiada que algunos postulados ecofeministas suponen a las mujeres, al compartir estas con la naturaleza no–humana la condición de sujetos oprimidos por el patria...
At the very core of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, the Creature meets his maker, acquaints him – and, consequently, the reader – with the narrative of his miserable life, and entreats him to make a female companion with whom he can share his life. Although Victor admits to having been moved by the Creature’s eloquence and fine sensations, he reluctan...
Even before the publication of the Letters Written During a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark (1796) exposed the ecological strain in Mary Wollstonecraft’s feminism, earlier works already had presented her as an advocate for the transformation of the power structures through the exercise of universal benevolence towards all creatures....
Los llamados discurso femenino y discurso masculino constituyen una cuestión de gran complejidad a la que se le ha dedicado una atención notable en los últimos años. A pesar de ello, ha sido difícil llegar a un acuerdo. En general, las conclusiones alcanzadas siempre dependen del material de estudio elegido. En el presente articulo, hemos tomado co...
Margarita Carretero González Univ. Granada
Based on the comic book series published in the eighties, co-authored by Alan Moore and David Lloyd, V for Vendetta did not go unnoticed when it was released on spring 2006. Whether we take the view that the film constitutes an apology for terrorism or that it offers a warning about the shape of things to come, this political thriller cannot leave...
Alfred Tennyson's "The Lady of Shalott" provided the perfect nourishment for a Victorian reading public fascinated by tragic stories of damsels in distress, particularly if the setting was medieval and King Arthur made an appearance. The story of the fair Lady, cursed to die after disobeying the mysterious command that forced her to weave in her ta...