. . .Simon reincorporates Andreu in the Iberian paradigm. Her work is successfully reframed as part of the pos-novísimo generation of female writers and within the multiple self-identities in contemporary Spain. Combining of the mystical process with deconstruction is a uniquely Iberian discourse of the 1980s and after, and the author successfully outlines the goals of the field as it addresses the inadequacies of purely national literary canons, and he demonstrates this through his study of Andreu, as there is a complexity to literary phenomena extending beyond the nation.