It is now almost inconceivable that students of literature can pass through universities without encountering the feminist revolution in literary theory and criticism. LITERARY FEMINISMS provides a map for charting the difficult waters that feminist theories have created in literary studies. Ruth Robbins shows the reasons for. Literary Feminisms has 20 ratings and 1 review. Annabel said: Loads of detail and thought-provoking ideas in this easy-to-read but undoubtedly academic b.
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Leslie Smith marked it as to-read Aug 22, Elma Susanna rated it liked it Feb 29, BookDB marked it as to-read Oct 19, Jamtheory added it Aug 26, Reading the Writing on rth Wall: Found at these bookshops Searching – please wait Feminist literary theories are pluralist, borrowing from other types of theory, such as marxism or postmodernism, but they always remain woman-centered.
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Published April 1st by Palgrave Macmillan first published February 9th She also has research interests in literary theory Feminism and literature — Great Britain. Fffreya marked it as to-read Aug 28, Open to the public.
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View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Open to the public Book English University of Adelaide. Trivia About Literary Feminisms. Luterary research interests centre on the late-Victorian period in English literature, especially the literature of Decadence, and include the writings of Oscar Wilde, Arthur Symons and Vernon Lee – her book Pater to Forster, deals with literature written in the late nineteenth and early twentieth-century period.
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A wide range of theorists is discussed, ranging from Wollstonecraft to Kristeva, showing the ways in which materialist, psychoanalytic and literary accounts of feminist thinking creatively intersect. Open to the public Ryth English Griffith University. Erin Watson marked it as to-read Jul 29, Apr 28, Annabel rated it really liked it Shelves: These online bookshops told us they have this item: R63 Book English Macquarie University.
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It is now almost inconceivable that students of literature can pass through universities without encountering the feminist revolution in literary theory and lterary. A wide range of theorists is discussed from Wollstonecraft to Kristeva, showing the ways in which materialist, psychoanalytic and literary accounts of feminist thinking creatively intersect.
Even a student sceptical about feminist theory would gain greatly from this work, and those who already believe themselves familiar with the field will be led to see familiar texts – both theoretical and literary – in fresh ways.