Writing Woman: Women Writers and Women in Literature, Medieval to Modern


      Writing Woman: Women Writers and Women in Literature, Medieval to Modern
In Writing Woman, Sheila Delany examines the artifact woman from a radical perspective Each individual is seen by Delany as an artifact made, not born laboriously worked up, pieced together, written and rewritten Other qualities are added to this artifact through novels, poems, lyrics ad copy, television scripts, nursery rhymes, and the English language itself These layers of meaning result in the artifacts woman as topic Sheila Delany traces her own development as a radical thinker in the opening chapter Confessions of an Ex handkerchief Head, or Why his Is Not a Feminist Book She discusses bourgeois women in medieval life and letters womanliness, marriage, and misogyny in Chaucer sex and politics in Pope s The Rape of the Lock the feminist utopias of Charlotte P Gilman and Marge Piercy and in considering woman as writer the scene, or place, of writing in Christine de Pisan and Virginia Woolf.About the Author Sheila, DeLany is Professor of English Emerita at Simon Fraser University New Download Kindle ePUB Writing Woman: Women Writers and Women in Literature, Medieval to Modern Author Sheila Delany – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 218 pages
  • Writing Woman: Women Writers and Women in Literature, Medieval to Modern
  • Sheila Delany
  • English
  • 13 April 2017
  • 1556354436

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