Between “Founding Text” And “Literary Prank”: Reasoning The Roots Of Nísia Floresta’s <i>Direitos Das Mulheres E Injustiça Dos Homens</i>
This article highlights the polemic surrounding the origins of the Brazilian writer Nísia Floresta’s first publication, Direitos das Mulheres e Injustiça dos Homens. It challenges some of the widely differing claims that have been made for the text, and considers the impact of this question on a wider evaluation of Floresta’s work.
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