Updated Biblio - 4/23/09 Bibligraphy Fisher, Lillian...

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4/23/09 Bibligraphy Fisher, Lillian Estelle. 'The Influence of the Present Mexican Revolution Upon the Status of Women', Hispanic American Historical Review ,1942 : 211-228. Hancock, Joel. 'Elena Poniatowska's Hasta no verte Jesús mío : The Remaking of the Image of Woman', Hispania , 86:3: (1983): 353-59. Lamadrid, E. R. "El corrido de Tomochic": Honor, Grace, Gender, and Power in the First Ballad of the Mexican Revolution. Journal of the Southwest 41 (Winter 1999): 441-60. In societies like Mexico where the religious and the political are so interpenetrated, prophecy and devotion are not so much an evasion of worldly conflict as they are a guide for social action and a search for solutions (Barabas 1989: 33). In relation to Hasta no verte Jesús mío , the role of a women during the Mexican Revolution. Linhard, Tabea Alexa. Fearless women in the Mexican Revolution and the Spanish Civil War Columbia, Mo: Missouri, 2005.
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