Margaret Atwood : Writing and Subjectivity: New Critical Essays
From a variety of theoretical perspectives, and including European and North American contributions, 13 essays examine how as a woman writer Atwood articulates the pressures and determinations which condition the feminine before allowing it to speak for itself. The essays also look at how as a Canadian she explores the complicated relationships between representation and self-representation in a world of vastly uneven distributions of power and responsibility. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
- 139.7 x 220.98 x 22.86mm | 408.23g
- 01 Jun 1994
- St. Martin's Press
- United States