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Title: Gendered Narrative Subjectivity
Other Titles: Some Hungarian and American Women Writers
Authors: Zsadányi, Edit
Keywords: Hungarian literature—Women authors—History and criticism.
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Academic Press
Description: This book is about contradictions, or rather the positive possibilities arising from contradictions, and its purpose is to show how contradictions between postmodern and feminist conceptions of the subject – that have been debated since the 1980’s – do not manifest themselves in the works of women writers as mutually exclusive ideologies. On the contrary, contradictions between the united feminist and the disunited postmodernist concepts of subjectivity are an important, exciting and constructive part of narrative feminine identities.
URI: http://10.6.20.12:80/handle/123456789/52945
ISBN: 978-3-653-05831-4
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