Listening to Silences : New Essays in Feminist Criticism: New Essays in Feminist Criticism

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Elaine Hedges Professor of English and Director of Women's Studies Towson State University, Austin Shelley Fisher Fishkin Professor of American Studies and English University of Texas
Oxford University Press, USA, Sep 22, 1994 - 336 pages
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
PART
6
Tillie Olsen and Anne Sexton
17
Rereading Tell Me a Riddle in the Age of Deconstruction
49
A Bakhtinian Reading of Tillie Olsens
71
Gender Class and Labor in Frances E
97
Attentive Silence in Joy Kogawas Obasan
113
History Identity and Witness in the Poetry
130
Recuperative Reading and the Silent Heroine
168
Silent Parenting in the Academy
197
Mothering in
225
Teaching from the Open Closet
245
An Allegory offor Chicana Critics
260
Feminist Women Critics and the Canon
274
Silence Speech and Class
287
Contributors
311

Silences in Harriet Linda Brent Jacobss Incidents in the Life of a Slave
146

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