Más allá del naturalismo y las bellas enfermas: “El velo de la purísima” (s/f), de Adela Zamudio y “A caolha” (1903), de Júlia Lopes de Almeida y la representación de la enfermedad como metáfora crítica de la modernidad industrial en el entre siglos latinoamericano

Translated title of the contribution: Beyond naturalism and the idealized sick woman: Adela Zamudio’s “El velo de la purísima” (n.D.), and Júlia Lopes de Almeida’s “a caolha” (1903), and the representations of disease as a critical metaphor for industrial modernity in latin american turn of the century

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