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Author: Sally Munt
ISBN: 0745011667
Language: English
Pages: 288 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Prentice Hall / Harvester Wheatsheaf (April 1992)
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This important book, which includes a reassessment of lesbian literary criticism by Bonnie Zimmerman, contributes to a new and . Sally Munt is presently a lecturer in cultural studies and feminism at Brighton Polytechnic.

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New Lesbian Criticism : Literary and Cultural Readings. Publication City/Country Harlow, United Kingdom. Illustrations note further readings. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). ISBN13 9780745011660.

New Lesbian Criticism. gathers pace through the book; Katie King's 'Audre Lorde's lacquered layerings' is a powerful engagement with both literary ideology and feminist prac-tice which perhaps points a way beyond the -feminism impasse

New Lesbian Criticism. gathers pace through the book; Katie King's 'Audre Lorde's lacquered layerings' is a powerful engagement with both literary ideology and feminist prac-tice which perhaps points a way beyond the -feminism impasse. Angela Weir and Elizabeth Wilson's highly readable 'The Greyhound bus station and the evolution of lesbian popular culture' posits lesbian romantic fiction (by Ann Bannon, Reed Marr, March Hastings, Taylor Frances among others) as a potent symbol of the 'Janus-faced fifties', radical and startling.

Sally Rowena Munt (born 1960) is a feminist academic and author. New Lesbian Criticism : Literary and Cultural Readings (1992). Murder by the Book: Feminism and the Crime Novel (1994). She has written several books including Murder by the Book: Feminism and the Crime Novel. Munt grew up in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, and was educated at the University of Southampton (. English and Media Studies), the University of Sussex (. Twentieth Century Literature and Culture, . hil  .

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Sally Rowena Munt is a feminist academic and author. She grew up in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, and has worked at several British universities. She is Professor of Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Sussex, Brighton, UK. Her scholarship is concerned with gender/sexuality studies, class and cultural politics, and spatial theory. Murder by the Book: Feminism and the Crime Novel(1994)

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This volume explores whether there can be a specific lesbian aesthetic, juxtaposed against reading as a 'woman or as a 'heterosexual'. This volume explores whether there can be a specific lesbian aesthetic, juxtaposed against reading as a 'woman' or as a 'heterosexual'. Contributors both explore the uses of recent theories such as post-structuralism and offer a lesbian critique of such methodologies.

The 1990s has seen the growing consolidation of lesbian and gay studies as a key area of cultural theory, particularly in relation to ideas about the construction of subjectivity and identity. Lesbian theory specifically intersects with feminism and sexuality/identity politics to critique both gender and (hetero) sexuality, while developments in lesbian criticism suggest a move towards a new textual practice.This volume explores whether there can be a specific lesbian aesthetic, juxtaposed against reading as a 'woman' or as a 'heterosexual'. Contributors both explore the uses of recent theories such as post-structuralism and offer a lesbian critique of such methodologies.Close readings of contemporary lesbian fiction and popular culture focus on works such as Zami, Oranges Are Hot the Only Fruit, The Wanderground and Desert of the Heart, as well as on lesbian pornography. Together the essays point to lesbian culture's ability to create new meanings for itself and to foreground the intertextuality of lesbian identities.This important book, which includes a reassessment of lesbian literary criticism by Bonnie Zimmerman, contributes to a new and growing field of critical theory.