COSER Y CANTAR DOLORES PRIDA PDF

Prida belongs to a new generation of Latino women writing in North America: a hybrid generation born in the Caribbean and raised in the United States, who, though, socially progressive are still closely identified with their cultural roots which deeply mark their lives as well as their literary works. More precisely, Prida belongs to the first generation of Cuban-Americans who left the island with the feeling of having left everything behind home, family belongings, In Coser y Cantar one of her most acclaimed plays , Prida wittily brings to the stage the biculturalism and subsequently, bilingualism in which millions of U. Latinos live mixing it with high doses of humour, popular culture, criticism and even sarcasm and thus, successfully capturing in theatrical form that unique and complex reality of a culturally hybrid Latina living on the hyphen. Together with that, this paper will also analyze how Prida aims with these plays at the denouncement and criticism of assimilationist tendencies imposed by the mainstream and accordingly, vindicates the duality of the Latino bilingual and bicultural being, clearly revealing her anti-assimilationist message. Prida deals with such topics creating a play whose content and structure does not resemble any previous works by Cuban-Americans.

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Scanner Internet Archive Python library 1. Latinos live mixing it with high doses of humour, popular culture, criticism and even sarcasm and thus, successfully capturing in theatrical form that unique and complex reality of a culturally hybrid Latina living on the hyphen.

Alexander Street Press, Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with dolires request anyway. Together with that, this paper will also analyze how Prida aims with these plays at the denouncement and criticism dolpres assimilationist tendencies imposed by the mainstream and accordingly, vindicates the duality of the Latino bilingual and bicultural being, clearly revealing her anti-assimilationist message. There are no reviews yet. Canntar me on this computer.

It appears your browser does not have it turned on. Thus, with this game a new bicultural and bilingual fluency very familiar for people in similar situations is created. Dolores Prida Find more information about: By airing, not with existential despair but always humorously, some of the main problems any cosdr Latina has to face in everyday life double identity, assimilation, struggle for self-definition, alienation and loneliness among many othersPrida clearly arises as a spokesperson and the conscience of many Latinos living in similar situations to those portrayed in her play.

Prida deals with such topics creating a play whose content and structure does not resemble any previous works by Cuban-Americans.

Would you also like to submit a review for this item? Please enter recipient e-mail address es. Please see your browser settings for this feature. Cancel Forgot your password? In this work, Orida brings the personal experience to a political dimension so as to denounce and criticize the assimilationist tendencies imposed by the mainstream that aim at homogenizing American society according to Anglo-American values.

Therefore, she will explore the inner struggle within women caught between two cultures at the same time as she will try with her work to look for an emotional equilibrium between one culture and the other, and accordingly, perfectly reflecting the dual personality hence, the cantae of a female Cuban exile belonging to the one-and-a-half generation 1. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items.

Subjects American literature — Hispanic American authors. More like this Similar Items. Part 1 of 2 dolodes Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. The preservation of these tapes was funded by a grant from the National Historic Publications and Records Commission. What Prida is openly conveying with this representation of the personal experience of any bilingual Latina is her anti-assimilationist political message. Life on the Hyphen.

However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. Please enter the message. Language and Identity in Three Plays by Dolores Prida Finding libraries that hold this item Your request to send this item has been completed. Written, adapted for radio, and directed by Dolores Prida, and performed by Elizabeth Pena. Humorous radio drama about a day in the life of a bicultural women in the United States. Related Articles.

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Scanner Internet Archive Python library 1. Latinos live mixing it with high doses of humour, popular culture, criticism and even sarcasm and thus, successfully capturing in theatrical form that unique and complex reality of a culturally hybrid Latina living on the hyphen. Alexander Street Press, Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with dolires request anyway. Together with that, this paper will also analyze how Prida aims with these plays at the denouncement and criticism dolpres assimilationist tendencies imposed by the mainstream and accordingly, vindicates the duality of the Latino bilingual and bicultural being, clearly revealing her anti-assimilationist message.

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