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2012 | 12 | 4 |
Article title

A polaca – a mulata ao avesso?

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The following paper deals with the subject of the presence of European immigrants called “polacas” in Brazilian history and points to some of their performances in the literature. It introduces the distinction between two feminine types – the Jewish woman, kidnapped to a brothel and the voluntary immigrant from the Eastern Europe – as well as makes a reference between their stereotypes and the image of the mulatto woman, being the latter an element already existing in Brazilian culture. The article reflects about the similarities and the differences between them, shaped by the patriarchal discourse and attemps an analysis of their literary images.
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12
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4
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2012
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2015-03-09
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-2084-3917-year-2012-volume-12-issue-4-article-822
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