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Women’s Literary Studies, Part 3 of 3

Elaine Showalter discusses the history of American feminism and feminist theory through the study of women writers, and the status of the women’s movement in the mid-1980s. At the time of this conversation, Showalter was professor of English at Rutgers … Continue reading

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(1) The State of the Language, Part 2 of 5; (2) Commentary on Sexuality, “Back to Nature”

Ronald Butters, Margreta de Grazia, Connie Eble, and Michael Montgomery mull over the richness and fluidity of written English in the age of Shakespeare and the King James Bible, before the ¬†language moved toward standardization a century later with the … Continue reading

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