TEXTURED LIVES: Women, Art, and Representation in Modern Mexico
Tucson: University of Arizona Press, (1992.)
Trade paperback. A study of Mexican culture from the 1910 Revolution through 1990, focusing on the works of four women, each of whom represent a different period in Mexico's modern cultural history: "Frida Kahlo and postrevolutionary nationalism, Rosario Castellanos and the promises of institutionalized revolution, Elena Poniatowska and the promises of 1968, and Angeles Mastretta and the 'golden age 'of the oil boom. " Cover illustration is a detail from 'Self-Portrait with Monkey"' by Frida Kahlo. Notes, bibliography, index. 163 pp. Fine (a new copy) .ISBN # 0-8165-14747
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