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Inspiring Women: Reimagining the Muse (Athene Series). A Poetics of Resistance: Women Writing in El Salvador, South Africa, and the United States by DeShazer, Mary K. (1994) Paperback. 62288/?tag prabook0b-20. 1O62W/?tag prabook0b-20.
reimagining the muse. There's no description for this book yet. by Mary K. DeShazer, M. K. Deshazer, Mary K. Deshazer. Published 1986 by Pergamon Press in New York. Format: Book. To be the poet by: Kingston, Maxine Hong. Published: New York : Pergamon Press, c1986. Series: Athene series.
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Reimagining is a multimedia exhibition and 30min arts documentary following the life of Roy McIvor. Reimagining - the works of Roy McIvor by Justin Morrissey. A Poetics of Resistance: Women Writing in El. . A Poetics of Resistance: Women Writing in El Salvador, South Africa, and the United States. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1994. Currently she is writing a book on breast cancer, feminist theory, and contemporary women’s literature, as well as an article on landscape and environmentalism in South Africa women’s poetry.
Women have been writing about cancer for decades, but since the early .
Women have been writing about cancer for decades, but since the early 1990s, the body of literature on cancer has increased exponentially as growing numbers of women face the searing realities of the disease and give testimony to its ravages and revelations. DeShazer's readings bring insights from body theory, performance theory, feminist literary criticism, French feminisms, and disability studies to bear on these works, shining new light on a literary subject that is engaging more and more writers. An important and useful book that will appeal to people in a variety of fields and walks of life, including scholars, teachers, and anyone interested in this subject.