The Making of Feminist Literary Criticism
These twenty autobiographical essays by eminent feminist literary critics explore the process by which women scholars became feminist scholars, articulating the connections between the personal and political in their lives and work. They describe the experiences that radicalised women within...
Published March 21st 2014 by Routledge
Warriors, Wounds and Women
Series: Feminist Readings of Shakespeare
In the first full-length study of Shakespeare's Roman plays, Coppélia Kahn brings to these texts a startling, critical perspective which interrogates the gender ideologies lurking behind 'Roman virtue'. Plays featured include: * Titus Andronicus * Julius Caesar * Antony and Cleopatra *...
Published March 27th 1997 by Routledge
Feminist Literary Criticism
Series: New Accents
Feminist scholarship employs gender as a fundamental organizing category of human experience, holding two related premises: men and women have different perceptions or experiences in the same contexts, the male perspective having been dominant in fields of knowledge; and that gender is not a...
Published December 19th 1985 by Routledge