Theorizing Lesbian Writing (The Cutting Edge: Lesbian Life and Literature Series)
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|Format: ||Paperback, 188 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrations|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 July 1992|
What is at stake in the production of experimental texts by lesbian writers? what motivates these writers and characterizes their work? In this work, Elizabeth Meese examines the ways in which the experiences of the text, and the experiences of character, diverge and converge wit the writer's own biography.
About the Author
Elizabeth Meese is Professor of English ad adjunct Professor of Women's studies at the University of Alabama. She is the author if two books, Crossing the double-cross: the practice of feminist literary criticism and Extensions: Re-Figuring Feminist criticism.
"Budreau's acount of the American way of remembrance uncovers a neglected chapter in the disputatious political history of the 1920s. Examining dozens of archival collections, both public and private, she ahs recovered the voices of mothers and other relatives of the dead. Bodies of War is a thoughtful, sometimes poignant contribution to our understanding of America's Great War experience."-Robert H. Zieger, The Journal of American History
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