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The Cambridge companion to feminist literary theory

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Rooney, Ellen , 1959-
Title Statement
The Cambridge companion to feminist literary theory / edited by Ellen Rooney.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge, UK ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press ,   2006.  
Physical Medium
ix, 309 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Cambridge companion to literature
ISBN
0521807069 (hbk.) 0521001684 (pbk.) 9780521807067 9780521001687
Content Notes
On canons : anxious history and the rise of black feminist literary studies / Ann Ducille -- Pleasure, resistance, and a feminist aesthetics of reading / Geraldine Heng -- The literary politics of feminist theory / Ellen Rooney -- What feminism did to novel studies / Nancy Armstrong -- Autobiography and the feminist subject / Linda Anderson -- Modernisms and feminisms / Katherine Mullin -- French feminism’s ecriture fe?minine / Kari Weil -- Feminism and popular culture / Nickianne Moody -- Poststructuralism : theory as critical self-consciousness / Rey Chow -- Feminists theorize colonial/postcolonial / Rosemary Marangoly George -- On common ground? : feminist theory and critical race studies -- Feminist psychoanalytic literary criticism / Elizabeth Weed -- Queer politics, queer theory, and the future of identity : spiralling out of culture / Berthold Schoene.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Feminist literary criticism.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction Ellen Rooney; Part I. Problematics Emerge: 1. On canons: anxious history and the rise of black feminist literary studies Ann duCille; 2. Pleasure, resistance, and a feminist aesthetics of reading Geraldine Heng; 3. The literary politics of feminist theory Ellen Rooney; Part II. In Feminism's Wake: Genre, Period, Form: 4. What feminism did to novel studies Nancy Armstrong; 5. Autobiography and the feminist subject Linda Anderson; 6. Modernisms and feminisms Katherine Mullin; 7. French feminisms' ecriture feminine Kari Weil; 8. Feminism and popular culture Nickianne Moody; Part III. Feminist Theories in Play: 9. Poststructuralism: theory as critical self-consciousness Rey Chow; 10. On common ground: feminist theory and critical race studies Rashmi Varma; 11. Feminists theorize colonial/postcolonial Rosemary Marangoly George; 12. Feminist psychoanalytic literary criticism Elizabeth Weed; 13. Queer politics, queer theory, and the future of identity: spiralling out of culture Berthold Schoene.


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