Alison Sinclair

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Alison Sinclair is a professor of Modern Spanish Literature and Intellectual History at the University of Cambridge, Hispanist, and a fellow of Clare College, Cambridge.

Book publications[edit]

  • Sex and Society in Early Twentieth-Century Spain: Hildegart Rodríguez and the World League for Sexual Reform (2007)
  • Unamuno, the Unknown, and the Vicissitudes of the Self (Manchester: UP, 2001)
  • Dislocations of Desire: Gender, Identity, and Strategy in 'La Regenta' (North Carolina, 1998)
  • The Deceived Husband (Oxford: UP, 1993)

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