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To write like a woman

essays in feminism and science fiction

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This edition was published in by Indiana University Press in Bloomington.

Written in English

181 pages

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Joanna Russ has written -- as novelist, short-story writer, and critic -- on science fiction, fantasy, and feminism. These essays reflect the breadth of Russ's critical work, and consider a wide range of topics, including the aesthetic of science fiction; the lesbian identity of Willa Cather, revealed in her writing; horror stories and the supernatural; feminist utopias; Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, the "mother" of science fiction; popular literature for women (the "Modern Gothic"); the hidden dimension of popular culture's fascination with "technology"; and the feminist education of graduate students in English. Russ also addresses theorists and critics of literature -- as they examine her own work and the work of other writers.

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1995, Indiana University Press
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To write like a woman

essays in feminism and science fiction

First published in 1995



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From the back cover:

Joanna Russ has written -- as novelist, short-story writer, and critic -- on science fiction, fantasy, and feminism. These essays reflect the breadth of Russ's critical work, and consider a wide range of topics, including the aesthetic of science fiction; the lesbian identity of Willa Cather, revealed in her writing; horror stories and the supernatural; feminist utopias; Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, the "mother" of science fiction; popular literature for women (the "Modern Gothic"); the hidden dimension of popular culture's fascination with "technology"; and the feminist education of graduate students in English. Russ also addresses theorists and critics of literature -- as they examine her own work and the work of other writers.

To write like a woman

essays in feminism and science fiction

This edition was published in by Indiana University Press in Bloomington.


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
810.9/9287
Library of Congress
PS147 .R87 1995, PS147R87 1995

The Physical Object

Pagination
xvi, 181 p. ;
Number of pages
181

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL1272276M
Internet Archive
towritelikewoman00russ
ISBN 10
0253329140, 0253209838
LC Control Number
95003576
Library Thing
159764
Goodreads
91040

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