7 edition of The Subversive Voice of Carmen Lyra found in the catalog.
June 2000 by University Press of Florida .
Written in English
|Contributions||Elizabeth Horan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||225|
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The Subversive voice of Carmen Lyra is translated wonderfully into English. The stories are symbolic of what has happened in Costa Rica. It has a nice time line in the front so that it's readers can understand her life better. I had to read this book for an internship in Costa Rica and it was very helpful because it helped me understand Costa 5/5(1).
"Carmen Lyra's marvelous trickster tales wake the reader to a sharper understanding of 20th-century history. Lyra's stories and sketches--characterized by a sharp wit, wonderfully audacious candor and wry humor--help us reimagine the map of the Western Hemisphere."--Valerie Miner, University of Minnesota/5.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Chronology: The Life of Carmen Lyra/Maria Isabel Carvajal of Costa Rica --Introduction: May She Not Rest in Peace --The Cothnejo-Fishy District --Silhouettes from the Maternal School () --Bananas and Men () --Golden Bean: The Coffee Bean and the Laborer ().
University Press of Florida Book: The Subversive Voice of Carmen Lyra. Contributors: Carmen Lyra. ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): Latin American - Literature. Carmen Lyra (Janu – ) was the pseudonym of the first prominent female Costa Rican writer, born Maria Isabel Carvajal was a teacher and founder of the country's first Montessori school.
She was a co-founder of the Communist Party of Costa Rica, as well as one of the country's first female worker's was one of the earliest writers to criticize the Born: María Isabel Carvajal Quesada, 15 January.
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A collection of Central American trickster tales and satirical and realistic stories by Carmen Lyra (the pseudonym of Maria Isabela Carvajal). It includes ""Tales of My Aunt Panchita"", the familiar Central American folk character ""Uncle Rabbit"", and a children's. The Subversive Voice of Carmen Lyra.
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