7 edition of Women in Literature Series - Imperial Objects found in the catalog.
December 22, 1997
by Twayne Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||273|
Ancient literature pertaining to Roman sexuality falls mainly into four categories: legal texts; medical texts; poetry; and political discourse. Forms of expression with lower cultural cachet in antiquity—such as comedy, satire, invective, love poetry, graffiti, magic spells, inscriptions, and interior decoration—have more to say about sex than elevated genres, such as epic and tragedy. In Judith Butler's book Gender Trouble, she proposed the idea of the feminine gaze as a way in which men choose to perform their masculinity by using women as the ones who force men into self-regulation.. Imperial gaze. E. Ann Kaplan has introduced the post-colonial concept of the imperial gaze, in which the observed find themselves defined in terms of the privileged observer's own set of.
A showing is the act of making a piece of art available to the public. In the case of literature a showing is publishing a book or these days often just the moment you post a piece of literature work on-line. Making movies, shows, and plays based on books or even scripts is another form of literary showing. Jill Alexander Essbaum is the author of several collections of poetry, and regularly appears in The Best American Poetry, as well as its sister anthology, The Best American Erotic Poems: From to the her first novel, Hausfrau, she explores the life of Anna Benz, as she enters into a number of sexual affairs, and startling new experiences.
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Women and National Trauma in Late Imperial Chinese Literature focuses on the discursive and imaginative space commanded by women. Encompassing writings by women and by men writing in a feminine voice or assuming a female identity, as well as writings that turn women into a signifier through which authors convey their lamentation, nostalgia, or Cited by: 8.
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