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    • Relato del nacimiento de Jesus. English 

      Mason, Katelyn Sarah (University of Oregon, 2009-06)
      This paper is a translation and study of El Relato del Nacimiento de Jesus, an aljamiado story of the birth of Jesus, written by underground Muslims in Spain during the Spanish Inquisition circa the sixteenth century. ...
    • The spirit of Don Quixote in the Zapatista revolution 

      Krogh, Julie Anne (University of Oregon, 2007-05)
      In 1605, Miguel Saavedra de Cervantes published the literary masterpiece Don Quixote that has impacted the literary, political, and social world. Cervantes created the crazy knight-errant Don Quixote and his humble peasant ...
    • To say what is not being said : the radical literary strategies and sexual politics of Ana Castillo's Sapogonia 

      Albrich, Lisa Rene (University Of Oregon, 1993-07)
      In her second novel, Sapogonia, Ana Castillo challenges and confronts the canon by dismantling and defying the dominant ideologies of Westem androcentric literature. Using Castillo's first novel, The Mixguiahuala Letters, ...