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Sexual practice/textual theory

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Gathering together lesbian writers from a wide variety of backgrounds, this volume provides a unique introduction to the full range of lesbian theory and criticism today, from Bonnie Zimmerman's classic overview of lesbian feminist criticism ("What Has Never Been") to Linda Garber's annotated bibliography of lesbian literary critical theory (with Vilashini Cooppan).;In their introduction, Susan J. Wolfe and Julia Penelope draw together the major themes of the book, tracing the construction and deconstruction of lesbian identities and voices both in everyday life and within the complex frameworks of feminist, postfeminist, postmodern and poststructuralist theories.;The text should be of interest to students and teachers of cultural studies, literary theory, sexuality and gender.

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Author(s):
Susan J. Wolfe
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1557861013
ISBN-13:
9781557861016
Publisher:
Blackwell Publishers
Title:
Sexual practice/textual theory

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Gathering together lesbian writers from a wide variety of backgrounds, this volume provides a unique introduction to the full range of lesbian theory and criticism today, from Bonnie Zimmerman's classic overview of lesbian feminist criticism ("What Has Never Been") to Linda Garber's annotated bibliography of lesbian literary critical theory (with Vilashini Cooppan).;In their introduction, Susan J. Wolfe and Julia Penelope draw together the major themes of the book, tracing the construction and deconstruction of lesbian identities and voices both in everyday life and within the complex frameworks of feminist, postfeminist, postmodern and poststructuralist theories.;The text should be of interest to students and teachers of cultural studies, literary theory, sexuality and gender.

Author(s):
Susan J. Wolfe
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1557861013
ISBN-13:
9781557861016
Publisher:
Blackwell Publishers
Title:
Sexual practice/textual theory

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