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Helene Cixous
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2003

Helene Cixous

Writing and Sexual Difference

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ISBN
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978-0-333-92239-2
9780333922392
Artikel-Nr.
ELQ859E
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43.33
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1
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08.09.2021
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Abigail Bray offers a lucid and accessible introduction to Hélène Cixous and her theorisation of writing and sexual difference. This book explores the context of feminist debates surrounding Cixous's work and provides a concise explanation of her major philosophical and literary concepts, including the 'other bisexuality', the 'third body', and l'écriture feminine. Bray demonstrates, through original and provocative readings of texts by James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, Clarice Lispector and Angela Carter, the creative potential of Cixous's thought on literature and philosophy.

Reading Cixous alongside Nietzsche, Heidegger, Deleuze and Derrida, Bray argues for a recognition of Cixous as one of the important thinkers of our times.
Inhaltsverzeichnis
General Editor's Preface.- Acknowledgements.- Introduction.- PART I: WRITING AND SEXUAL DIFFERENCE Poetry and Politics: Cixous and her Critics.- The Major Concepts.- PART II: UNDOING THE LAW Feminine Writing and Sexual Difference: James Joyce.- The Moment of the Third Body: Virginia Woolf and The Waves.- Libidinal Education: Lispector and Cixous.- The Question of Transgression: Angela Carter.- PART III: WRITING, THEORY, AND BEYOND Where Do We Go From Here? (Moving Towards Freedom).- Notes.- Annotated Bibliography.- Bibliography.- Index.
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ABIGAIL BRAY is Honorary Research Fellow at Murdoch University. She has published articles on feminist theory and philosophy.
Zielgruppe
Lower undergraduate
Publikation
Grossbritannien
12.12.2003
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Sprache
Englisch
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Hardcover
256 Seiten
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