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Literature after feminism

Rita Felski

Literature after feminism

by Rita Felski

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago, IL .
Written in English


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StatementRita Felski.
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LC ClassificationsPN
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 195 p. ;
Number of Pages195
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22531526M
ISBN 100226241157

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Feminist criticism, at its best, continues this opening up of new terrain, this enlargement of our horizons. Literature after feminism is an expanded field, not a diminished one.

I loved this book. It's so sensible and Felski keeps opposing either/or arguments, which is something with which I identify very strongly.4/5. Feminists, they claim, reduce art to politics and are hostile to any form of aesthetic pleasure. Literature after Feminism is the first work to comprehensively rebut such caricatures, while also offering a clear-eyed assessment of the relative merits of various feminist approaches to by: Literature After Feminism - Rita Felski - Google Books.

Recent commentators have portrayed feminist critics as grim-faced ideologues who are destroying the study of literature. Feminists, they claim, reduce art to politics and are hostile to any form of aesthetic pleasure.

Literature after Feminism is the first work to comprehensively rebut such caricatures, while also offering a clear-eyed assessment of the relative merits of various feminist approaches to literature. Literature after Feminism is the first work to comprehensively rebut such caricatures, while also offering a clear-eyed assessment of the relative merits of various feminist approaches to literature.

Spelling out her main arguments clearly and succinctly, Rita Felski explains how feminism has changed the ways people read and think about literature. Literature after Feminism book by Rita Felski. Buy a cheap copy of Literature after Feminism book by Rita Felski. Recent commentators have portrayed feminist critics as grim-faced ideologues who are destroying the study of literature.

Feminists, they claim, reduce art to Free shipping over $   Literature after Feminism is the first work to comprehensively rebut such caricatures, while also offering a clear-eyed assessment of the relative merits of various feminist approaches to literature.

Spelling out her main arguments clearly and succinctly, Rita Felski explains how feminism has changed the ways people read and think about literature.4/5(87). Literature after Feminism is the first work to comprehensively rebut such caricatures, while also offering a clear-eyed assessment of the relative merits of various feminist approaches to literature.

Spelling out her main arguments clearly and succinctly, Rita Felski explains how feminism has changed the ways people read and think about : Professor Rita Felski.

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Here, we rounded up the best feminist books. Published inWoolf’s essay took on the established literary criticism of the time, which claimed women were inherently lesser writers and creators by virtue of their gender. Instead, Woolf Occupation: Writer. Many men (and women) chastise feminism for being abrasive and hyper-political.

Feminists hate men and anyone who disagrees with them. Unfortunately, this false thinking also permeates the realm of literary criticism.

In Literature After Feminism (), Rita Felski defends feminist criticism, arguing, “Feminist criticism, in other words, is very broad church, espousing a wide.

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Whatever feminism means to you, it’s worth taking a look back at how and why the movement developed, beginning as far back as the early s, and the writers and feminist books that continue to influence our lives today—whether we know it or not.

And of course, with so much feminist literature out there, this list is not : Jessica Ferri. (considering the era the book was written in).

And after all, the description of the Listopia does say "This is a list of books any feminist, new feminist, or a soon-to-be feminist should read." Seen in this light, I don't think Pride and Prejudice should be missing on this list.

Feminism is just as vital today as it was in It’s been more than 50 years since Betty Friedan wrote her landmark book, The Feminine Mystique, which sparked the second wave of feminism in.

This Will Be My Undoing: Living at the Intersection of Black, Female, and Feminist In (White) America by Morgan Jerkins. This Will Be My Undoing is a great book to read if you’re looking for a modern-day discussion on Black only in her 20s, Morgan Jerkins’s perspective on Black women and our place in the world bestows a pearl of wisdom that is well beyond her years.

The following is a list of feminist literature, listed by year of first publication, then within the year alphabetically by title (using the English title rather than the foreign language title if available/applicable).

Books and magazines are in italics, all other types of literature are not and are in quotation marks. For literature-lovers, this is an absolute must. Taking on the classics of 19th century literature from a feminist perspective, it’ll change how you think about some of.

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“Feminism is necessary but not sufficient,” she writes in the book’s final essay. Ariel Gore Ariel Gore is a journalist, memoirist, nonfiction author, and teacher. She is the founding editor and publisher of Hip Mama, an Alternative Press Award-winning publication covering the culture and politics of memoir, Atlas of the Human Heart, was a finalist for the Oregon Book anthology Portland Queer: Tales of the Rose City won a LAMBDA Literary.

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Friedan's book is widely considered the literary foundation of second-wave feminism. The Feminine Mystique, written inis concerned with the Author: Savonne Anderson.