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Very Good + + in J Near Fine jacket. 8vo Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. (6) 242 pp, acknowledgments, abbreviations, 1. Introduction: Feminist Frameworks for Joyce; 2. Mythical, Historical, and Cultural Contexts for Women in Joyce; 3. Early Encounters with Feminism: The Irish Feminist Movement and the Literary Feminism of Moore, Shaw, Houptmann, and Ibesn; 4. The Female Family of Joyce; 5. New Free Women in the Company of Joyce; 6. Feminist Critics of Joyce; 7. Emma; 8. Molly; 9. Issy; 10. A Jyocean Feminist Re-vision; notes, index. First Edition, 1984. "Shifting from contexts, to individuals, to texts, the author provides the reader with a re-vision of women and Joyce. She develops a feminist framework for approaching Joyce, which allows for the mutual communication of conventional and feminist critics, and evaluates his sensitivity to the problems of real women in life and fiction and discusses the evolution of his work from early, realistic depictions to late recreations of the goddess." from the jacket flap. Not Price Clipped. A pair of brief underlinings pp. 186 & 187 with some marks in the margins of chapter 9, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and storng binding with no other underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black cloth with gilt lettering to spine, and blue top text block edge.
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