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Silver, Brenda R.

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Zombie Raccoons & Killer Bunnies: Greenberg, Martin H.

Greenberg, Martin H. (Edited by); Byers, Richard Lee ; Vaughn, Carrie ; Nye, Jody Lynn ; Cooper, Brenda ; Patton, Fiona ; Strout, Anton ; Vaughan, Elizabeth ; Frost, P.R. ; Sweazy, Larry D. ; Waggoner, Tim ; Hoffman, Nina Kiriki ; Bingle, Donald ; Potter, Alexander B. (Author); Hughes, Kerrie (Edited by); Pitts, John A. (Author); Silver, Steven H. (Author)

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Virginia Woolf Icon (Women in Culture and: Silver, Brenda R.

Silver, Brenda R.

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Item Description: University Of Chicago Press, 2000. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: List of Illustrations Foreword by Catharine R. Stimpson Preface Acknowledgments Introduction: The Versioning of Virginia Woolf Part 1. Negative Encounters: The "Intellectual" Media Prelude. Anger and Storytelling: Whose Story Counts? Section 1. The Columbia Stories Section 2. The New York Review of Books Section 3. How the Greats Are Fallen Part 2. Starring Virginia Woolf Take 1. Production Notes Take 2. Time: Virginia Woolf Joins the "All-Star Literary Vaudeville" Take 3. A Writer's Diary and the "Real" Virginia Woolf Take 4. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?: Virginia Woolf Becomes a Household Name Take 5. Quentin Bell's Biography and Historical Products Inc.: Family Portraits Take 6. Virginia Woolf's Face Take 7. British Graffiti: Me, I'm Afraid of Virginia Woolf and Sammy and Rosie Get Laid Take 8. Tom & Viv & Virginia & Edith & Ottoline & Vita & Carrington Take 9. Fashion Stills Part 3. Doubled Movements Move 1. The Politics of Adaptation; Or, the Authentic Virginia Woolf Move 2. The Monstrous Union of Virginia Woolf and Marilyn Monroe Afterword: Virginia Woolf Episodes Notes Index. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0226757463

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Virginia Woolf Icon (Women in Culture &: Silver, Brenda R

Silver, Brenda R

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Virginia Woolf Icon: Silver, Brenda R.

Silver, Brenda R.

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Marta Piexoto, Eileen Julien, Coppelia Kahn, Brenda R. Silver, Ellen Rooney, Susan Winnett, Patricia Klindienst Joplin, John J. Winkler

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Rape and Representation (Gender and Culture Series): John J. Winkler;

John J. Winkler; Patricia Klindienst Joplin; Susan Winnett; Ellen Rooney; Brenda R. Silver; Coppelia Kahn; Eileen Julien; Marta Piexoto

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Virginia Woolf Icon (Women in Culture and: Brenda R. Silver

Brenda R. Silver

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Virginia Woolf Icon (Women in Culture and: Woolf, Virginia) Silver,

Woolf, Virginia) Silver, Brenda R.

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Item Description: University of Chicago Press, Chicago IL, 2000. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Near Fine. B/w (illustrator). First Edition, Thus. 353 clean, unmarked pages.This text is about "Virginia Woolf": the face that sells more postcards than any other at Britain's National Portrait Gallery, the name that Edward Albee's play linked with fear, the cultural icon so rich in meanings that it has been used to market everything from the "New York Review of Books" to Bass Ale. Brenda Silver analyzes Virginia Woolf's surprising visibility in both high and popular culture, showing how her image and authority have been claimed or challenged in debates about art, politics, anger, sexuality, gender, class, the canon, feminism, race and fashion. From Virginia Woolf's 1937 appearance on the cover of "Time" magazine to her roles in theatre, film and television, Silver traces the often contradictory representations and the responses they provoke, highlighting the recurring motifs that associate Virginia Woolf with fear. By looking more closely at who is afraid and the contexts in which she is perceived to be frightening, Silver illustrates how Virginia Woolf has become the site of conflicts about cultural boundaries and legitimacy that continue to rage at the end of the 20th century. Size: 8 vo. Bookseller Inventory # 035569

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Virginia Woolf Icon: Silver, Brenda R.

Silver, Brenda R.

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Item Description: University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL, 1999. Softcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Stiff pictorial wraps. Slight shelf wear. Square, uncreased binding, clean and unmarked interior. xx,353 pp., illus. Bookseller Inventory # 029650

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Virginia Woolf Icon: Brenda R. Silver

Brenda R. Silver

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Brenda R. Silver

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Virginia Woolf Icon (Women in Culture and: Silver, Brenda R.

Silver, Brenda R.

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Rape and Representation (Gender and Culture Series): John J. Winkler;

John J. Winkler; Patricia Klindienst Joplin; Susan Winnett; Ellen Rooney; Brenda R. Silver; Coppelia Kahn; Eileen Julien; Marta Piexoto

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Item Description: Columbia University Press, 1993. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Rape does not have to happen. The fact that it does--and in the United States a rape is reported every six minutes--indicates that we live in a rape-prone culture where rape or the threat of rape functions as a tool for enforcing sexual difference and hierarchy. Rape and Representation explores how cultural forms construct and reenforce social attitudes and behaviors that perpetuate sexual violence. The essays proceed from the observation that literature not only reflects but also contributes to what a society believes about itself. Fourteen essays by authors in the fields of English, American and African-American, German, African, Brazilian, Classical, and French literatures and film present a wide range of texts from different historical periods and cultures. Contributors demythologize patriarchal representation in literature and art in order to show how it makes rape seem natural and inevitable. Contributors include: the editors, John J. Winkler, Patricia Klindiest Joplin, Susan Winnett, Ellen Rooney, Copplia Kahn, Eileen Julien, Marta Peixoto, Kathryn Gravdal, Carla Freccero, Nellie V. McKay, Nancy A. Jones, and Froma I. Zeitlin. Their work raises pressing--and often difficult--questions for feminist criticism. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0231072678

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Rape and Representation (Gender and Culture Series): John J. Winkler;

John J. Winkler; Patricia Klindienst Joplin; Susan Winnett; Ellen Rooney; Brenda R. Silver; Coppelia Kahn; Eileen Julien; Marta Piexoto; Brenda R. Silver [Editor]; Lynn A. Higgins [Editor];

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O'Barr, Jean F. (ed.); Hults, Linda C.; Lisak, David; Leidner, Robin; Greene, Gayle; Ferguson, Kathy E.; Silver, Brenda R.; others

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Item Description: The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1991. Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Square, sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wraps have general light handling wear. Circulation slip in pocket inside back of wraps although this was a privately owned copy. ; Contents: Hults, "Dürer's Lucretia: Speaking the Silence of Women." Lisak, "Sexual Aggression, Masculinity, and Fathers." Leidner, "Stretching the Boundaries of Libralism: Democratic Innovation in a Feminist Organization." Greene, "Feminist Fiction and the Uses of Memory." Ferguson, "Interpretation and Genealogy in Feminism." Silver, "The Authority of Anger: Three Guineas as Case Study." Book reviews.; 9.0" tall; 228 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 1200069

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Rape and Representation (Gender and Culture Series): John J. Winkler;

John J. Winkler; Patricia Klindienst Joplin; Susan Winnett; Ellen Rooney; Coppelia Kahn; Eileen Julien; Marta Piexoto; Brenda R. Silver; Editor-Brenda R. Silver; Editor-Lynn A. Higgins

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Rape and Representation: Higgins, Lynn A.

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Virginia Woolf Icon (Paperback): Brenda R. Silver

Brenda R. Silver

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Item Description: The University of Chicago Press, United States, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New.. 228 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. This text is about Virginia Woolf : the face that sells more postcards than any other at Britain s National Portrait Gallery, the name that Edward Albee s play linked with fear, the cultural icon so rich in meanings that it has been used to market everything from the New York Review of Books to Bass Ale. Brenda Silver analyzes Virginia Woolf s surprising visibility in both high and popular culture, showing how her image and authority have been claimed or challenged in debates about art, politics, anger, sexuality, gender, class, the canon, feminism, race and fashion. From Virginia Woolf s 1937 appearance on the cover of Time magazine to her roles in theatre, film and television, Silver traces the often contradictory representations and the responses they provoke, highlighting the recurring motifs that associate Virginia Woolf with fear. By looking more closely at who is afraid and the contexts in which she is perceived to be frightening, Silver illustrates how Virginia Woolf has become the site of conflicts about cultural boundaries and legitimacy that continue to rage at the end of the 20th century. Bookseller Inventory # AAH9780226757469

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Silver, Brenda R.

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Virginia Woolf Icon (Paperback): Brenda R. Silver

Brenda R. Silver

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Item Description: The University of Chicago Press, United States, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New.. 228 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. This text is about Virginia Woolf : the face that sells more postcards than any other at Britain s National Portrait Gallery, the name that Edward Albee s play linked with fear, the cultural icon so rich in meanings that it has been used to market everything from the New York Review of Books to Bass Ale. Brenda Silver analyzes Virginia Woolf s surprising visibility in both high and popular culture, showing how her image and authority have been claimed or challenged in debates about art, politics, anger, sexuality, gender, class, the canon, feminism, race and fashion. From Virginia Woolf s 1937 appearance on the cover of Time magazine to her roles in theatre, film and television, Silver traces the often contradictory representations and the responses they provoke, highlighting the recurring motifs that associate Virginia Woolf with fear. By looking more closely at who is afraid and the contexts in which she is perceived to be frightening, Silver illustrates how Virginia Woolf has become the site of conflicts about cultural boundaries and legitimacy that continue to rage at the end of the 20th century. Bookseller Inventory # AAH9780226757469

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Silver, Brenda R.

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Silver, Brenda R.

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Item Description: University Of Chicago Press, 2000. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: List of Illustrations Foreword by Catharine R. Stimpson Preface Acknowledgments Introduction: The Versioning of Virginia Woolf Part 1. Negative Encounters: The "Intellectual" Media Prelude. Anger and Storytelling: Whose Story Counts? Section 1. The Columbia Stories Section 2. The New York Review of Books Section 3. How the Greats Are Fallen Part 2. Starring Virginia Woolf Take 1. Production Notes Take 2. Time: Virginia Woolf Joins the "All-Star Literary Vaudeville" Take 3. A Writer's Diary and the "Real" Virginia Woolf Take 4. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?: Virginia Woolf Becomes a Household Name Take 5. Quentin Bell's Biography and Historical Products Inc.: Family Portraits Take 6. Virginia Woolf's Face Take 7. British Graffiti: Me, I'm Afraid of Virginia Woolf and Sammy and Rosie Get Laid Take 8. Tom & Viv & Virginia & Edith & Ottoline & Vita & Carrington Take 9. Fashion Stills Part 3. Doubled Movements Move 1. The Politics of Adaptation; Or, the Authentic Virginia Woolf Move 2. The Monstrous Union of Virginia Woolf and Marilyn Monroe Afterword: Virginia Woolf Episodes Notes Index. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0226757463

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Item Description: The University of Chicago Press. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Virginia Woolf Icon, Brenda R. Silver, This text is about "Virginia Woolf": the face that sells more postcards than any other at Britain's National Portrait Gallery, the name that Edward Albee's play linked with fear, the cultural icon so rich in meanings that it has been used to market everything from the "New York Review of Books" to Bass Ale. Brenda Silver analyzes Virginia Woolf's surprising visibility in both high and popular culture, showing how her image and authority have been claimed or challenged in debates about art, politics, anger, sexuality, gender, class, the canon, feminism, race and fashion. From Virginia Woolf's 1937 appearance on the cover of "Time" magazine to her roles in theatre, film and television, Silver traces the often contradictory representations and the responses they provoke, highlighting the recurring motifs that associate Virginia Woolf with fear. By looking more closely at who is afraid and the contexts in which she is perceived to be frightening, Silver illustrates how Virginia Woolf has become the site of conflicts about cultural boundaries and legitimacy that continue to rage at the end of the 20th century. Bookseller Inventory # B9780226757469

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SILVER Brenda R.

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WOOLF, Virginia). SILVER, Brenda R.

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Item Description: The University of Chicago Press,, Chicago:, 1999. First edition, wrappered issue. (WOOLF, Virginia). VIRGINIA WOOLF ICON by Brenda R. Silver. [also issued in cloth]. Large octavo, glossy pictorial wrappers, pp. xx, 353, indexed. Brenda R. Silver uncovers and analyzes the extensive representations of Virginia Woolf that have circulated in Anglo-American culture for the last thirty-five years. A fine copy. Bookseller Inventory # 62872

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Icon ; Virginia Woolf : Women in: Silver, Brenda R:

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ISBN 10: 0226757463 ISBN 13: 9780226757469

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Item Description: Chicago; University of Chicago Press, 1999. Very good softcover. 353p. includes index. Bookseller Inventory # 8155

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Rape and Representation (Gender and Culture Series): John J. Winkler;

John J. Winkler; Patricia Klindienst Joplin; Susan Winnett; Ellen Rooney; Brenda R. Silver; Coppelia Kahn; Eileen Julien; Marta Piexoto

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Item Description: Columbia University Press, 1993. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Rape does not have to happen. The fact that it does--and in the United States a rape is reported every six minutes--indicates that we live in a rape-prone culture where rape or the threat of rape functions as a tool for enforcing sexual difference and hierarchy. Rape and Representation explores how cultural forms construct and reenforce social attitudes and behaviors that perpetuate sexual violence. The essays proceed from the observation that literature not only reflects but also contributes to what a society believes about itself. Fourteen essays by authors in the fields of English, American and African-American, German, African, Brazilian, Classical, and French literatures and film present a wide range of texts from different historical periods and cultures. Contributors demythologize patriarchal representation in literature and art in order to show how it makes rape seem natural and inevitable. Contributors include: the editors, John J. Winkler, Patricia Klindiest Joplin, Susan Winnett, Ellen Rooney, Copplia Kahn, Eileen Julien, Marta Peixoto, Kathryn Gravdal, Carla Freccero, Nellie V. McKay, Nancy A. Jones, and Froma I. Zeitlin. Their work raises pressing--and often difficult--questions for feminist criticism. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0231072678

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