My final. (Have yourselves a sentimental little sonnet sequence.) It’s a self-explanatory poem in terms of themes, I think, but in order of references, it’s 1 – West, Woolf, Stein, 2 – H.D., Barnes, Hurston, 3 – Larsen, Sayers. Here’s
Friends, I ripped through that essay and also gave you little time to say anything about it. So this is just an open invitation: what interested you, what seemed helpful (or not) as a working theory? Brief comments and longer
I wanted to bring this concept to the womb because Jessica began talking about little in class today about anger in women’s novels. Just as Jessica brought up, it was confusing to me that Woolf would condemn the anger of
Our task this semester might be articulated by theorist Rita Felski’s questions: “How would our understanding of modernity change if instead of taking male experience as paradigmatic, we were to look instead at texts written primarily by or about women?