Carol Lazzaro-Weiss studies the fiction of twenty-five
contemporary Italian women writers. Arguing for a notion of gender
and genre, she runs counter to many Anglo-American and French
feminist theorists who contend that traditional genres cannot
readily serve as vehicles for feminist expression.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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