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Crossing through ChuecaLesbian Literary Culture in Queer Madrid$
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Jill Robbins

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780816669899

Published to Minnesota Scholarship Online: August 2015

DOI: 10.5749/minnesota/9780816669899.001.0001

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The New Safita

The New Safita

Andalusia and the Phallic Woman in Plumas de España

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Crossing through Chueca
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Jill Robbins

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University of Minnesota Press
DOI:10.5749/minnesota/9780816669899.003.0003

Women, even though their rhetoric was casted out from the Spanish literary culture, became the inspiration of gay males during the post-Franco regime. Gay males simulated femininity during their Spanish drag performances and striptease, eventually indicating the rise of the Andalusian woman. The Andalusian woman is a transvestite and a transsexual embodying gay pride. This chapter examines Ana Rossetti’s novel Plumas de España as it typifies the absence of the Andalusian woman from Spanish literary politics and the popular imagination. Plumas de España is a product of gay imagination as it depicts the outright unacceptance of the Andalusian women within Spanish society during and after the Franco regime.

Keywords:   Spanish literary culture, gay males, post-Franco regime, Spanish drag performances, Andalusian woman, Ana Rossetti, Plumas de España

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