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Thinking Aloud: Rita Felski

Literature after Feminism

Felski English, Univ. Literature After Feminism. Rita Felski. Recent commentators have portrayed feminist critics as grim-faced ideologues who are destroying the study of literature. Feminists, they claim, reduce art to politics and are hostile to any form of aesthetic pleasure. Literature after Feminism is the first work to comprehensively rebut such caricatures, while also offering a clear-eyed assessment of the relative merits of various feminist approaches to literature. Spelling out her main arguments clearly and succinctly, Rita Felski explains how feminism has changed the ways people read and think about literature.

The book Literature after Feminism, Rita Felski is published by University of Chicago Press.
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Literature After Feminism. Chicago: U of Chicago P, The final, simple line of Rita Felski's book pretty much sums up her main argument: "Literature after feminism is an expanded field, not a diminished one" Few of us in English departments, no matter what our specific investment in feminist criticism, would be surprised at this claim; yet Felski is not writing to us, or not exactly. As she says early on, "one of my goals in this book is to talk to readers who may have taken one or more literature classes in college and want to find out how feminism has changed the way people talk about books" Part of this effort involves her response to several of the more public intellectual attacks on feminism leveled by conservative literary critics who argue that feminist criticism is little more than political and ideological critique.

Literature After Feminism. Chicago: U of Chicago P, The final, simple line of Rita Felski's book pretty much sums up her main argument: "Literature after feminism is an expanded field, not a diminished one" Few of us in English departments, no matter what our specific investment in feminist criticism, would be surprised at this claim; yet Felski is not writing to us, or not exactly. As she says early on, "one of my goals in this book is to talk to readers who may have taken one or more literature classes in college and want to find out how feminism has changed the way people talk about books" Part of this effort involves her response to several of the more public intellectual attacks on feminism leveled by conservative literary critics who argue that feminist criticism is little more than political and ideological critique.

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