Transnational women"s fiction ; unsettling home and homeland by Susan Strehle

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • American fiction -- Women authors -- History and criticism,
  • English literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism,
  • Home in literature,
  • Feminism and literature -- English-speaking countries,
  • Women and literature -- English-speaking countries,
  • Sex role in literature

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementSusan Strehle.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS374.W6 S794 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16395924M
ISBN 100230536875
LC Control Number2007052984

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Fiction written for the notable Yellow Book is given a separate chapter, for example, as are women's writings centering on marriage and on the woman as artist. While emphasizing the feminist viewpoint throughout, Nelson is careful to show the range of perspectives evident in these writers' works."--BOOK Summary field provided by.

Transnational Women's Fiction: Unsettling Home and Homeland. Strehle. This study argues that the private homes in transnational women's fiction reflect public legacies of colonialism.

Published in Australia, Canada, India, Nigeria, Puerto Rico and the United States between andthe novels use fictional houses to criticize and. This study argues that the private homes in transnational women's fiction reflect public legacies of colonialism.

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In different ways, both books under review trace similar yearnings among the world's uprooted for a renewed ability to belong—to reestablish home and to claim citizenship in a second homeland.

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The similarities among them need to be understood in the context of a multitude of differences: in particular histories of colonial contact and nationalism in the homeland, including its relationship to indigenous peoples and to slaves; in the race, class, and economic status of the represented home and the specific focus of its exclusionary.

Abstract Rosario Ferré has been a self-translator since the mids. For just as long, criticism of her work has been snarled in essentialist arguments that assume that language embodies the values of the culture from which it derives and that words transmit an essence regardless of context.

Following this logic, English and Spanish are systems in opposition. Transnational Women's Fiction: Unsettling Home and Homeland. avg rating — 2 ratings — published — 5 editions/5(2). Rosario Ferré has been a self-translator since the mids.

For just as long, criticism of her work has been snarled in essentialist arguments that assume that language embodies the values of the culture from which it derives and that words transmit an essence regardless of context.

Following this logic, English and Spanish are systems in opposition. xxv, pages ; 23 cm First published in with a second edition inFeminist Literary Theory: A Reader constitutes one of the classic texts of second-into-third-wave feminist literary studies.

Transnational Women's Fiction: Unsettling Home and Homeland SUSAN STREHLE Stories of Women: Gender and Narrative in the Postcolonial Nation ELLEKE BOEHMER Nomadic Subjects: Embodiment and Sexual Difference in Contemporary Feminist Theory ROSI BRAIDOTTI Bibliography of Extracts Index These struggles ensure that no person living in the house finds the succor, acceptance, or affection that make a house a home.

In her monograph Transnational Women's Fiction: Unsettling Home and Homeland, Susan Strehle notes, "Women's oppression figures centrally in House the house of Mendizabál is patriarchal, dynastic, and coercive to. The essays gathered together here, in the first Special Issue of Contemporary Women's Writing, emerge from the second biennial conference of the Contemporary Women's Writing Network (CWWN), “Unsettling Women: Contemporary Women's Writing and Diaspora,” held at the University of Leicester, UK, 11–13 July, 1 The event, which was attended by delegates from more than.

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She has published widely on contemporary American and global fiction, with some focus on authors such as Jane Smiley, Margaret Atwood, and Barbara Kingsolver.

She is the author of Transnational Women’s Fiction: Unsettling Home and Homeland () and Fiction in. Butter, Stella. “Literature and the Making of Home(land): Transnational Fictions of Home in Lloyd Jones’s Mister Pip.” Penguin Books, Strehle, Susan. Transnational women's fiction: unsettling home and homeland.

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A potent novel about lost youth and migration by the author of The Last Brother and Waiting for TomorrowMarie, a nurse in Mayotte, a far-flung, tropical department of France in the Indian Ocean, adopts a baby abandoned at birth by his mother, a refugee from Comoros. She names him Moïse and raises him as her own—and she avoids his increasing questions about his origins as he grows up.

Tsuchiya’s recent books include, Marginal Subjects: Gender and Deviance in Fin-de-siècle Spain (University of Toronto P, ) and two co-edited volumes: Empire’s End: Transnational Connections in the Hispanic World (Vanderbilt UP, ) and Unsettling Colonialism: Gender and Race in the Nineteenth-Century Global Hispanic World (SUNY Press.

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But I could no longer go back It is spring. A young woman, left by her husband, starts a new life in a Tokyo apartment. In their own ways, Omvati and Ashutosh pointed to how transnational public cultures were unsettling notions of gender, culture, and belonging.

My book is about how transnational public cultures participated in the creation of India as an archive of affect and temporality for my informants in New Delhi and the San Francisco Bay Area.

American and global fiction, with some focus on authors such as Jane Smiley, Margaret Atwood, and Barbara Kingsolver. She is the author of Transnational Women’s Fiction: Unsettling Home and Homeland () and Fiction in the Quantum Universe ().

She has coedited an essay. Unsettling India book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In Unsettling India, Purnima Mankekar offers a new understanding of the a 4/5(4). Equal parts muckraking novel, transnational love story, and socially engaged panorama, Cho Chongnae’s The Human Jungle portrays China on the verge of becoming the world’s dominant economic t a backdrop of rapidly morphing urban landscapes, readers meet migrant workers, Korean manufacturers out to save a few bucks, high-flying venture capitalists, street thugs, and.

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Hide and Seek: The Child between Psychoanalysis and Fiction. University of Illinois Press, Virginia L. Blum.The contributors explore gendered migration, social inclusion and exclusion in homeland and hostland, embodied multiple subjectivities and belonging in historical and contemporary contexts, migrants’ work and family, ethnic media consumption, information and communication technology (ICT) in transnational mobility, ethnic return migration.

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