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Adrienne Rich: Passion, Politics and the Body 978-0803977273 DJVU EPUB por Liz Yorke
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  • Título Original: Adrienne Rich: Passion, Politics and the Body
  • Autor del libro: Liz Yorke
  • ISBN: 978-0803977273
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:176
  • Realese fecha:1997-06-09
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Adrienne Rich: Passion, Politics and the Body por Liz Yorke Libro PDF, EPUB

Adrienne Rich is a major American poet who continues to be inspired by the political ideas and activism of various liberation movements of the twentieth century. Whether expressed in poetry or in prose, her ideas have been much debated, particularly within second wave feminism. This unique introduction focuses on Rich's prose work but also makes reference to the poetry wher Adrienne Rich is a major American poet who continues to be inspired by the political ideas and activism of various liberation movements of the twentieth century. Whether expressed in poetry or in prose, her ideas have been much debated, particularly within second wave feminism. This unique introduction focuses on Rich's prose work but also makes reference to the poetry where her political ideas and urgencies often find their first expression. Demonstrating the compexity and subtlety of her contribution to feminism, the book outlines her wide-ranging thoughts on, for example, motherhood, heterosexuality, lesbian and Jewish identity, and issues of racial and sexual otherness. Liz Yorke conveys the range and importance of Rich