The Poetics of Gender

The Poetics of Gender Does gender have a poetics What difference does gender make How does it affect writing reading and the functions of text in society The Poetics of Gender is a brilliant assembly of leading feminist

  • Title: The Poetics of Gender
  • Author: Nancy K. Miller
  • ISBN: 9780231063111
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
  • Does gender have a poetics What difference does gender make How does it affect writing, reading, and the functions of text in society The Poetics of Gender is a brilliant assembly of leading feminist critics whose collective effort presents the most up to date research on these important issues The range of techniques and theories represented here are applied across aDoes gender have a poetics What difference does gender make How does it affect writing, reading, and the functions of text in society The Poetics of Gender is a brilliant assembly of leading feminist critics whose collective effort presents the most up to date research on these important issues The range of techniques and theories represented here are applied across a broad spectrum of texts and cultural forms, extending from women s writing of the Renaissance and the fiction of George Sand to the relation between quiltmaking and nineteenth century literary forms, the pornography of Georges Bataille, and the theories of Julia Kristeva.

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  • Nancy K. Miller

    Nancy K Miller is the author or editor of than a dozen books, most recently What They Saved Pieces of a Jewish Past, winner of the Jewish Journal Prize for 2012, and the story of a quest to recreate her family s lost history A well known feminist scholar, Miller has published family memoirs, personal essays, and literary criticism She is a Distinguished Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the Graduate Center, CUNY, where she teaches classes in memoir, graphic novel, and women s studies.Miller lectures widely, both nationally and internationally, and her work is anthologized in popular volumes on autobiography and collections of feminist essays She also co edits the Gender and Culture series at Columbia University Press, which she co founded in 1983 with the late Carolyn Heilbrun.After graduating from Barnard College, Miller sailed to Paris to study French literature and complete a master s degree Already in love with the city from movies and novels, she hoped to create a new, sophisticated identity for her twenty year old, nice New York Jewish girl self Several years of adventures and misadventures later, including marriage to an American ex pat, Miller returned to New York minus the husband but ready to reinvent herself as an academic and writer.Her new book forthcoming from Seal, Fall 2013 describes that odyssey.

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