Ana´s Nin, Fictionality and Femininity (Oxford English Monographs)

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Helen Tookey examines the work of Anaïs Nin (1903-77)-- and the different versions of Nin herself, as woman, writer, and iconic figure--through the lens of cultural and historical contexts. She focuses particularly on questions of identity and femininity, exploring how the self, for Nin, is constructed through narratives and performances of various kinds, and shedding light on key issues and conflicts within feminist thinking since the 1970s, particularly questions of identity, femininity, and psychoanalysis.

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Helen Tookey was born in Leicester in 1969. She studied philosophy at Sheffield and Cambridge, gaining a D.Phil from Oxford in 2000. She has taught at Liverpool University and Manchester Metropolitan University.

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"The book reveals Tookey's thorough grasp of Nin's writings and of all relevant and recent literary criticism.... Articulate, readable, and well footnoted--with a good bibliography and index--this is a valuable volume for Nin scholars."--Choice


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