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Assistant professor Maria DiFrancesco’s book Feminine Agency and Transgression in Post Franco Spain: Generational Becoming in the Narratives of Carme Riera, Cristina Fernández Cubas and Mercedes Abad, was recently released by Juan de la Cuesta-Hispanic Monographs. In her book, DiFrancesco considers the ways in which these three contemporary Spanish authors have pushed the limits of sexual and gender related discourse by relentlessly depicting controversial female agents in their narratives, from Sapphic lovers to monstrous mothers.

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