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Gender in Modernism New Geographies, Complex Intersections by Bonnie Kime Scott

Gender in Modernism New Geographies, Complex Intersections


Gender in Modernism New Geographies, Complex Intersections by Bonnie Kime Scott

Selects the best from the last fifteen years of feminist literary and modernist scholarship


Compelling, thought-provoking, and invaluable resource for anyone working in modernist studies today. --Modernism/Modernity

[Gender in Modernism] is a book any modernist will want to own, the starting point for new research projects, a guide for revising an undergraduate syllabus, a potential text for graduate seminars. I thoroughly enjoyed my time with the volume and applaud both the many highly valuable contributors of the individual editors and the vision and editorial acumen of Scott. --James Joyce Literary Supplement Gender in Modernism is an indispensable volume that belongs in university as well as personal libraries and in courses focused on literature, history, gender, Women's Studies, and more. --Clio An excellent resource in its own right as well as a welcome and judiciously framed companion volume to Scott's ground-breaking collection. --The Review of English Studies

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Publication date

14th May 2007


Bonnie Kime Scott

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University of Illinois Press


896 pages


Gender studies, gender groups



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