La literatura de Maria Teresa Vernet: prefiguració del model de dona moderna a la Catalunya republicana (1926-1935)
Miró Escobar, Etna
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In the 30’s, in the Republican Catalonia before the Civil War, a literature of genre was developed. Through its characters, it aimed to encourage the independence and self-awareness of women. The most popular writer of that kind of novels was Maria Teresa Vernet. The hypothesis drawn by this research project is that Vernet, through her characters, would have prefigured the model of modern woman that perfectly joins the concern for emancipation of our nowadays woman. This hypothesis has been verified, firstly, by an exhaustive analysis of the evolution of the characters of Vernet all along her work. Secondly, this process has been contextualized in the historical frame of those years. Finally, it must be pointed out the insertion of this hypothesis in the other academic works done so far about Vernet. To end up with, the results obtained allow to conclude that, following the steps of Solitud, by Caterina Albert, the literature of Maria Teresa Vernet became a new step in the Catalan literature of genre.
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