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Ondertitelwomen, writing, and solitude
MakerMalin, Jo > (ed.)
Boynton, Victoria > (ed.)
MedewerkerAmato, Joe
Uitgave plaatsNew York
UitgeverHaworth Press
Uitgave jaar2003
PaginatieXIII, 287p.
VindplaatsB4211 - B
SamenvattingThe contibutors reveal the manyu sides of solitude of women authors: loneliness, solitary confinement, creative solitude, regeneration. They also describe how to create and nurture that solitude. Moving from gender and literary theory to house-woning, this book is about the landscape and habilitation of the self. The book begins with a discussion of solitude as a key theme in the works of a variety of writers, including Margaret Atwood, May Sarton, Virginia Woolf, Marguerite Duras, Ursula Le Guin, and Zora Neale Hurston, and then moves on to examine actual solitary spaces in which women writers work. The book concludes with stories of modern women asserting their right to a space of their own.

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