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제목 꿈꾸는 말린체의 딸들: 알리시아 가스파르 드 알바와 엠마 페레즈의 탈식민 치카나 레즈비언 서사에 나타난 욕망의 지리학
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Lee, Seung Rae. The Dreaming Daughters of Malinche: Geographies of Desire in the Decolonial Chicana Lesbian Narratives of Alicia Gaspar de Alba and Emma Pérez. Studies in English Language & Literature 46.3 (2020): 191-231. This study focuses on analyzing the novels of Alicia Gaspar de Alba and Emma Perez, who are the representative writers of Tejana literature, from the perspective of decolonial queer erotics. First, La Malinche, the most frequently mentioned among three mythical Mexican mothers (La virgin de Guadalupe, La Malinche, and La Lorona), will be discussed from the perspective of radical Chicana feminism. The rewriting of the La Malinche Myth as The Decolonial Imaginary will also be examined, and the genealogy of the daughters of La Malinche will be traced. Alicia Gaspar de Alba's Sor Juana's Second Dream chronicles a lesbian nun who challenges 17th-century patriarchal oppression. Emma Perez's Gulf Dreams explores the portrait of modern Chicana's desire to resist patriarchal violence. While the desires expressed in Sor Juana's Second Dream and the model of the Lesbian Continuum preserve the beautiful legacy of separatist lesbian feminism, the borderotics in Gulf Dreams presents the vision of a revolutionary queer utopia. Thus, the two novels converge, constructing geographies of multicolored desires through their decolonial Chicana lesbian narratives. (Chungnam National University)

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