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The Language of Power: Women and Literature, 1945 to the Present (Writing About Women, Vol 19)

Roberta Rosenberg

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ISBN 10: 0820427993 / ISBN 13: 9780820427997
Editorial: Peter Lang Pub Inc, 1996
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Título: The Language of Power: Women and Literature,...

Editorial: Peter Lang Pub Inc

Año de publicación: 1996

Condición del libro:Very Good

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The Language of Power: Women and Literature, 1945 to the Present examines the upheaval in social relations within the last half of the twentieth century and argues that issues of power have had a profound effect on women's lives and literature. Interdisciplinary in scope, the book analyzes women's attitudes toward work: marriage, sex and the family; traditional religion and spirituality; race, class and ethnicity; and artistic creativity. The Language of Power surveys many of the most important American, British and world female authors writing in contemporary culture.

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This book examines the upheaval in social relations within the last half of the twentieth century and argues that issues of power have had a profound effect on women's lives and literature. Interdisciplinary in scope, the study analyzes women's attitudes toward work; marriage, sex and the family; traditional religion and spirituality; race, class and ethnicity; and artistic creativity. The Language of Power surveys many of the most important American, British and world female authors writing in contemporary culture. The marvelous subject of Roberta Rosenberg's useful, lively, and provocative study is women's writings after 1945 and their relationship to the society that also generated contemporary feminism .The stories of writing women today are not yet finished. Women, however, are writing them. Roberta Rosenberg's account proves to us all how powerful their literary quest is and how rich their stories are. Catharine Stimpson

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