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RC-Revista de Cultura =Review of Culture, International Edition 54, 2017
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- Sofia Salgado (Exec. Ed)
- Macau
- Instituto Cultural do Governo da R.A.E. de Macau, Macau
- ISSN: 1682-1106
- 2017
- 163p.
- 538 gms.
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(Abstract) Representations of Women in the Works of Deolinda da Conceicao, Maria Ondina Braga and Fernanda Dias: The Hard Ways of Emancipation and Exile. The works of Deolinda da Conceicao and Maria Ondina Braga show the Macaense society during the decades of 1840-1860 and the female characters’ fight, many of them in exile, for their emancipation. The works also narrate the lives of the women who fought against oppression, extreme poverty or the millenary superstitions. In the case of Fernanda Dias’s works, the female representations were in a different historical context, in the years 1880-1890. Thus, taking as our corpus of analysis the works A China Fica ao Lado and Nocturno em Macau by Maria Ondina Braga, Cheong Sam: A Cabaia by Deolinda da Conceicao and Dias de Prosperidade by Fernanda Dias, we will analyse the way the female characters fought for their emancipation and freedom, crossing the hard routes and frontiers of exile. [Author: Dora Nunes Gago, pp. 6-17]

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