the movie,”Camila” directed by the Argentine Maria Luisa Bemberg and the novel “The Posthumous Memoirs of Bras Cubas”
How do the movie,”Camila” directed by the Argentine Maria Luisa Bemberg and the novel “The Posthumous Memoirs of Bras Cubas” converge and/or differ on the contradictions and injustices of societies built on the foundations of patriarch
Both the film Camila Directed by the Argentine Maria Luisa Bemberg and the novel The Posthumous Memoirs of Bras Cubas offer a critique of nineteenth-century Latin America that focus on the social tensions illuminated through the intimate stories of everyday life. In a 2-3 page essay that draws on examples from both Camila and Bras Cubas, consider the way these two works converge and/or differ in their commentary on the contradictions and injustices of societies built on the foundations of patriarchal and hierarchical order. Be sure to consider the intersecting issues of gender, race, and class or social status in your analysis.
Main Defining Points of Patriarchy
males exert superior power over female sexuality, reproductive roles, and labor power
authority in family networks is commonly vested in elders and fathers, thereby imparting a generational as well as a sex-based dynamic to social relations
authority in familial cells serves as a fundamental metaphorical model for social authority more generally.
In such a social system the gendered rewards of status not only differentiate men from women but also serve as a basis for alliance, subordination, and ranking among men and among women.
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