A companion volume to the book A Reader's Guide to Feminist Criticism (Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1994), This book offers practical readings of literary and cultural texts, and showing how literary theory and feminist criticism an be applied to the main developments and debates within each approach.Comprehensive and systematic coverage of the main schools of thought. International coverage; including Third World feminist criticism and Black Feminism. Students of Literature, Literary studies, Women and Literature, Women's Studies.Her key work Psychoanalysis and Feminism was published in 1974 and had a major impact on feminist criticism. ... All of these concerns and theories are hugely relevant to the study of Doris Lessinga#39;s The Golden Notebook. ... His work develops from an analysis of split subjects, or the a#39;divided selfa#39;, to a study of splits between individuals and social institutions such as the family, encapsulated for Laing inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Practising Feminist Criticism|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1995|