Popular Feminist Fiction as American Allegory

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Number Of Pages 224
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Publish Date June 10, 2008
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Subjects Women Authors
Literary Criticism & Collections / Women Authors
Literary Criticism
Literature - Classics / Criticism
20th century
American fiction
Feminism and literature
Feminist fiction, American
History and criticism
United States
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Popular Feminist Fiction as American Allegory
Authors Jane Elliott
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Categories Literary Criticism
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Description Offering a strikingly original treatment of feminist literature, Popular Feminist Fiction as American Allegory argues that feminist novels served as a means of narrating and negotiating the perceived decline of American progress after the 1960s. Elliott analyzes popular tropes ranging from the white middle class housewife trapped in endless domestic labor to the woman of color haunted by a traumatic past--exploring the way in which feminist narratives represented women as unable to access positive futures. In a powerful new reading of temporality in contemporary fiction, Elliott posits that feminism’s image of women trapped in time operated as a potent allegory for the apparent breakdown of futurity in postmodernity.
Language en
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Page Count 240
Print Type BOOK
Published Date 2008-05-15
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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Subtitle Representing National Time
Title Popular Feminist Fiction as American Allegory

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