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The Not So Blank "Blank Page"
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A fascinating and underexplored feature of the English eighteenth- and nineteenth-century novel is that, whether written by man or woman, the "female"-narrated text codes and thematizes narrative travail. Female self-telling in these works is impelled and accompanied by psychic, rhetorical, even physical pain. This book focuses on this phenomenon, beginning with a non-essentialized definition of a "woman's text." Thorell Porter Tsomondo offers a fresh and useful frame of reference for understanding the tradition - present from the origins of the novel - of narrative from a marginalized position, a position instructed not just by gender but by class, colonial and postcolonial politics, and the exigencies of the narrative terrain itself.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.10.2020
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The Not So Blank «Blank Page»
91,90 CHF *
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A fascinating and underexplored feature of the English eighteenth- and nineteenth-century novel is that, whether written by man or woman, the «female»-narrated text codes and thematizes narrative travail. Female self-telling in these works is impelled and accompanied by psychic, rhetorical, even physical pain. This book focuses on this phenomenon, beginning with a non-essentialized definition of a «woman’s text.» Thorell Porter Tsomondo offers a fresh and useful frame of reference for understanding the tradition – present from the origins of the novel – of narrative from a marginalized position, a position instructed not just by gender but by class, colonial and postcolonial politics, and the exigencies of the narrative terrain itself.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.10.2020
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The Not So Blank «Blank Page»
67,95 € *
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A fascinating and underexplored feature of the English eighteenth- and nineteenth-century novel is that, whether written by man or woman, the «female»-narrated text codes and thematizes narrative travail. Female self-telling in these works is impelled and accompanied by psychic, rhetorical, even physical pain. This book focuses on this phenomenon, beginning with a non-essentialized definition of a «woman’s text.» Thorell Porter Tsomondo offers a fresh and useful frame of reference for understanding the tradition – present from the origins of the novel – of narrative from a marginalized position, a position instructed not just by gender but by class, colonial and postcolonial politics, and the exigencies of the narrative terrain itself.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.10.2020
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