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|"Flamenca" y "El Mal Querer": dos historias de empoderamiento femenino
|Gnad Gilabert, María
|Silvestre Llinares, Jaume
Cambra González, Antonio
El Mal Querer
|Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
|"Flamenca" is an anonymous novel which was originally written in Occitan during the 13th century. That is also the name of the leading character, a woman who is mistreated and locked up in a tower by Archambaud, her jealous husband. This medieval piece condemns gender-based violence and defends women's right to freedom: Flamenca ends up making her own choices despite constant oppression. Eight centuries later this tale has inspired Rosalía while creating her second album: "El Mal Querer" (2018). The lyrics reveal the story of another abused woman, Flamenca's echo. The fact that "Flamenca"'s initial and final verses were lost in the way does not hinder the ability to compare both character's evolution towards empowerment, and that is the main goal of this project.
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