Foreign Women Authors under Fascism and Francoism. Gender, translation and Censorship. A cura di Pilar Godayol e Annarita Taronna
Keywords:women, translation, Fascism, Francoism
AbstractReview of the collection of essays, edited by Pilar Godayol and Annarita Taronna, about gender and translation during the Italian and Spanish totalitarian regimes.
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