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Women, Autobiography, Theory: A Reader (Paperback)
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Women, Autobiography, Theory: A Reader (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 30/06/1998
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This is a guide to the field of women's autobiography. The 39 essays explore narratives across the centuries, including testimonies, diaries, memoirs, letters, trauma accounts, prison narratives, coming out stories, coming of age stories and spiritual autobiographies.

Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299158446
Weight: 889 g
Dimensions: 229 x 178 x 33 mm


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"There is no other reader like this one on theories of women's autobiography, despite the now wide-ranging approaches to this field. . . . It has the merit of combining within the genre of autobiography criticism many of the critical issues that have been paramount during the past two decades, incorporating and going beyond what both feminism and cultural studies have attempted. Important and timely."Â Francoise Lionnet, Northwestern University


"There is no other reader like this one on theories of women's autobiography, despite the now wide-ranging approaches to this field. . . . It has the merit of combining within the genre of autobiography criticism many of the critical issues that have been paramount during the past two decades, incorporating and going beyond what both feminism and cultural studies have attempted. Important and timely."--Francoise Lionnet, Northwestern University


There is no other reader like this one on theories of women s autobiography, despite the now wide-ranging approaches to this field. . . . It has the merit of combining within the genre of autobiography criticism many of the critical issues that have been paramount during the past two decades, incorporating and going beyond what both feminism and cultural studies have attempted. Important and timely. Francoise Lionnet, Northwestern University"


There is no other reader like this one on theories of women s autobiography, despite the now wide-ranging approaches to this field. . . . It has the merit of combining within the genre of autobiography criticism many of the critical issues that have been paramount during the past two decades, incorporating and going beyond what both feminism and cultural studies have attempted. Important and timely. Francoise Lionnet, Northwestern University

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"There is no other reader like this one on theories of women's autobiography, despite the now wide-ranging approaches to this field. . . . It has the merit of combining within the genre of autobiography criticism many of the critical issues that have been paramount during the past two decades, incorporating and going beyond what both feminism and cultural studies have attempted. Important and timely."--Fran�oise Lionnet, Northwestern University

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