Private Voices, Public Lives: Women Speak on the Literary Life

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Interweaving the personal, private voice with scholarly, public intent, Nelson and the other contributors argue for a more interactive and cooperative approach to the teaching, reading, critiquing, and writing of literature. These essays are a direct result of the desire by many women within the academic community to break free of what has been called the "masculine" or "adversary" mode of literary criticism. "Private Voices, Public Lives" is of critical importance to readers, teachers, reviewers, and critics. The essays ...

Private Voices, Public Lives: Women Speak on the Literary Life 1995, University of North Texas Press

ISBN-13: 9780929398884

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