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Deborah Parsons’s study of modern women writers and te relationships to the city takes part in a couple of important intellectual debates. And she portrays the city itself as a site far more complex than traditional feminist critics of modernity tend to do.
Streetwalking the Metropolis: Women, the City, and Modernity by Deborah L. Parsons
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But Parsons herself cannot resist simplifying the terms of the discussion as she concludes her study.
Trivia About Streetwalking the Notes Includes bibliographical references p. University of Technology Sydney. Oxford University Press, Reenvisioning the Urban Walker. Skip to search Skip to main content. M marked it as to-read Jan 22, Login to add to list. None of your libraries hold this item. Lucy Mitchell rated it it was ok Jan parsonns, Imprint Oxford metrooolis New York: University of Western Australia.
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Katherine marked it as to-read Nov 02, City and town life in literature. Other editions – View all Streetwalking the Metropolis: Steve added it Aug 11, Skip to content Skip to search. The University of Sydney. Page 30 – Rodin: Lists What are lists? Sable marked it as to-read Mar 26, Clark poses in a well-known debate with Michael Fried: Literature, Modern — 20th century — History and criticism.
Streetwalking the Metropolis
Thus, “by asserting that female experience concerns the domestic world, critics such as Wolff and Pollock only serve to exclude women from the ‘modern’ altogether and resituate her [ sic ] in the Victorian home” This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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Related resource Table of contents only at http: Women, the City streetwalkign Modernity: Contact Contact Us Help. She makes wise use of the impressive work of the urban theorist Richard Sennett in arguing, as he does, that the city is in fact “a positive site for the ‘other’ and the exile.