Subjectivity and Womens Poetry in Early Modern England: Why on the Ridge Should She Desire to Go?

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9780754605850: Subjectivity and Womens Poetry in Early Modern England: Why on the Ridge Should She Desire to Go?
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Combining the approaches of historic scholarship and post-structural, feminist psychoanalytic theory to late 16th- and early 17th-century poetry by women, this book aims to make a unique contribution to the field of the study of early modern women's writings. One of the first to concentrate exclusively on early modern women's poetry, the full-length critical study to applies post-Lacanian French psychoanalytic theory to the genre. The strength of this study is that it merges analysis of socio-political constructions affecting early modern women poets writing in England with the psychoanalytic insights, specific to women as subjects, of post-Lacanian theorists Luce Irigaray, Helen Cixous, Julia Kristeva, and Rosi Braidotti.

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Lynette McGrath
Published by Ashgate Pub Ltd (2002)
ISBN 10: 075460585X ISBN 13: 9780754605850
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