Table of contents for Gender, discourse, and desire in twentieth-century Brazilian women's literature / Cristina Ferreira-Pinto.

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1. 	Acknowledgements
2.	Brazilian Women In Society And Literature: A Chronology 
3.	Introduction:	Brazilian Women's Literature As A 
Counter-Ideological Discourse
 4.	Chapter 1:	Female Body, Male Desire
5.	Chapter 2: Brazilian Women Writers: The Search For An Erotic Discourse
6.	Chapter 3: The Gothic, The Fantastic, And The Grotesque In The Representation Of The Female Body And Desire	
7.	Chapter 4: Aging And The Female Body In Sonia Coutinho's Short Fiction
8.	Chapter 5: Lesbian Desire In Short Stories By 
Contemporary Brazilian Women
9.	Chapter 6: Female Agency And Heterossexuality In The 
Works Of Márcia Denser And Marina Colasanti 
10.	Conclusion: Brazilian Women Writers In The New Millenium
11.	Bibliography
12.	Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Brazilian literature Women authors History and criticism, Brazilian literature 20th century History and criticism, Women in literature, Sex role in literature, Desire in literature