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Masculinities in Contemporary Latin American Fiction
The University of Arizona Press
The Body as Capital analyzes and develops the notion of the male body as a dialogic site of enunciation, arguing that the writing of masculinities is a project that centers socioeconomic and political concerns, anxieties, and paradigms both on the male anatomy and on the matrices of masculinities presented in fiction. It forges a new path in the critical debates over gender and sexuality in Latin American writing.
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