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Forging Female Traditions Pt. Images of Women Criticsm 3. Women and literature — United States. Literary Feminisms You also may like to try some of these bookshopswhich may or may not sell this item. Her work has focused on the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century, on autobiography, on literary theory and on particular writers such as Oscar Wilde and Arnold Bennett.
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Wagga Wagga Campus Library. State Library of NSW. Lists What are lists? Challenging Female Traditions Pt. Literary Feminisms — Ruth Robbins — Macmillan International Higher Education It is now almost inconceivable that students of literature can pass through universities without encountering the feminist revolution in literary theory and criticism.
Through a series of exemplary readings, of texts such as The Picture of Dorian Gray and The Yellow Wallpapershe also points out how the student reader can begin dobbins make her or his own feminist criticism, and can learn to engage with both the politics and poetics of the literature.
Kizragore Literary feminisms in SearchWorks catalog Separate different tags with a comma. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Michelle marked it as to-read Sep 07, Fffreya marked it as to-read Aug 28, Veronika marked it as to-read Sep 16, Robbins gives a brief and very useful overview of deminisms history of recent feminist thought Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Literary Feminisms by Ruth Robbins The Woman as Writer: 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. University of Sydney Library. Trivia About Literary Feminisms. Women and literature — United States.
Robbins gives a brief, and very useful overview of the history of recent feminist thought Particularly useful are the feminist readings she offers: practical exemplar of how to turn theory into practice I would have no hesitation in recommending this book to my own students. Robbins writes with confidence and clarity. She explains critical concepts lucidly: her aim is to enable, not to overawe her audience.