When it was originally published in 1991, Feminine Endings was immediately controversial for its unprecedented intermingling of cultural criticism and musical studies, an approach that came to be called "the New Musicology." The now classic work features a new introduction that discusses the critical reception it received and the debates it has inspired.
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