Simon Swift of the University of Leeds gives a podcast titled 'How Words, Form, and Structure Create Meaning: Women and Writing' that uses the works of Virginia Woolf and Silvia Plath to analyse the form and structural aspects of texts to ask whether or not women writers have a voice inherently different from that of men (podcast part 1 and part 2). Feminism and literature. The first is the examination of female writers and their place in literary history. Dr. 12-58 While rereading the radical feminist versions of the "witch" figure in 1970s scholarship, it is possible to conclude that no matter who she is, or whom she supposedly represents, the "witch" remains a benevolent "wise-woman," a victim of phallogocentric hegemonies. vii Editor's Preface to the First Edition Download PDF p.
In Dr. i-iv Contents Download PDF p. We cannot verify your location (Log In) About Contact Help Tools Order Saved Citations (0) for Librarians for Publishers Advanced Search OR Content Title Author Publisher . A Selected Bibliography of Feminist Literary Theory, 1975-1986 Download PDF pp. At 9:20, Fry questions whether or not any novel can be evaluated without consideration of financial and class concerns, and to what extent Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own suggests a female novelist can only create successful work if she is of independent means. With the movement from Renaissance to Restoration theatre, the depiction of women on stage changed dramatically, in no small part because women could portray women for the first time. How might Woolf's description and analysis of Behn indicate her own feminist agenda?.
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