By Maureen Tobin Stanley Gesa Zinn
This interdisciplinary anthology highlights exiled/alienated girls in literature, background, and cinema. members examine while and the way ladies from different backgrounds were relegated to the margins to be able to make clear the country of alienhood that stems from gendered otherness.
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They worked for a time with Radio France. When Hitler invaded France in 1940, General Franco asked for their extradition. They then fled by boat to the Americas and eventually settled in Argentina where they remained for 23 years (161). They were well received in Argentina and joined many fellow Spanish exiles. This allowed them to reminisce and reflect on the Civil War from a distance. The birth of their daughter, Aitana, gave them hope for a new life in the Americas. They both wrote prolifically.
From October 1940 to May 1941, she typed the text for Brecht’s and Wuolioki’s play Mr. Puntila and His Man Matti, as well as The Good Person of Sezuan and The Stoppable Rise of Arturo Ui, the “Steffin collection” of Brecht’s poetry, and the fragment from an English version of a Japanese play that Wuolioki had begun to revise, Judith of Shimoda. These eight months of Steffin’s work—primarily as a 32 PAULA HANSSEN secretary, Scribe Editorial, and typist—proved productive for Brecht and his enterprises, but not for Steffin’s own.
5 Her suffering was the compelling force that moved her to write; developing her voice was the creative outlet for easing her sorrow. María Teresa had been interested in writing from a young age. By the time of her first communion, her parents had sent her to visit the naturalist author Emilia Pardo Bazán. Pardo Bazán’s compelling voice challenged the norms of Spanish society. She gave María Teresa her book El tesoro de Galván (Galván’s Treasure) and wrote the following dedication: “To the young girl, María Teresa León, hoping that she follow the path of literature and the arts” (qtd.
Exile through a Gendered Lens: Women’s Displacement in Recent European History, Literature, and Cinema by Maureen Tobin Stanley Gesa Zinn