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  • Subjectivity (Palgrave MacMillan) – Trade paperback (2005)
    by Ruth Robbins

    Subjectivity

    Trade paperback, Palgrave MacMillan
    2005
    English
    Annotated.
    208 pages

    ISBN: 0333752791
    ISBN-13: 9780333752791

    Who do you think you are? In Subjectivity, Ruth Robbins explores some of the responses to this fundamental question. In readings of a number of autobiographical texts from the last three centuries, Robbins offers an approachable account of formations of the self which demonstrates that both psychology and material conditions - often in tension with one another - are the building blocks of modern notions of selfhood. Key texts studied include: - William Wordsworth's Prelude - Thomas De Quincey's Confessions of an English ... Show more

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