Spanish Literature Student’s Name University Affiliation Date Spanish Literature How do you understand the different attitudes in women in "The Red Stockings” and Clarisa (From “Clarisa” of Isabel Allende) towards sex and their relationships with men? Explain women situations as the head of their houses. The red stocking depicted women revolutionary group. The red colour was long associated with revolution and fighting for human rights. They really majored on feminist theory and the women advocated even for following leadership that had similar philosophies as theirs. They believed that the society perpetuated men to be in aposition to hold most powerful positions while women played subordinate positions (Kotiah 2015). They even had a manifesto geared to liberate women from oppression and rejected racial economic and class privileges and exploitative nature her prowess in poetry thus a depiction of creativity and dedication (Piera 2015). Through this creative writing Juana’s lengthy prose show the wealthy biographical information. She is manipulative as she is able to manipulate the unwieldy and intricate Spanish language with its rich heritage with feminism. She is honest and speaks her mind about men in the phase of social hypocrisy and she thinks being a nun would be a preference. Both women play a big role in depicting courage and dedication towards female liberalism. References D'Arcangelo L. (2015). Lazarillo de Tormes. Edizioni Mondadori. Kotiah S. (2015). Reading Orality in Isabel Allende: A Study of Three Novels. 라틴아메리카연구 28(1) 27-43. Piera M. (2015). Carro de las donas: Translating Francesc Eiximenis for Queenly Edification. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 92(7) 753-774. [...]
Please answer questions below. 1. How do you understand the different attitudes in women in "The Red Stockings ” and Clarisa (From “Clarisa” of Isabel Allende) towards sex and their relationships with men. Explain women situations as the head of their houses. 2. From the story “Lazarillo de Tormes”, explain the parallel among the first episode, the stone bull story, and the last episode of Lazarillo with the blind man. Also, what change do we see in the naïve soul of Lazarillo at the end of the story compared to how he was as a poor child in the beginning? 3. Compare and contrast the connections and relationships among the following characters according to the text and the movies played in class: Catalina de Erasu and Sor Juana. To see Isabel Allende “Clarisa go to: jessbarga.wikispaces.com assignment 7 >> “The Red Stockings” – Emilia Pardo Bazan assignment 4 >> Sor Juana assignment 6 >> Catalina de Erauso assignment 2 >> Lazarillo de Tormes Please refer to Google as well.