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Models of Self. Russian Women's Autobiographical Texts.

Models of Self. Russian Women's Autobiographical Texts.
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Contributors Hilde Hoogenboom Catriona Kelly Marianne Liljeström Irina Novikova Arja Rosenholm Anna Rotkirch Marja Rytkönen Irina Savkina Romy Taylor Anna Temkina Elena Zdravomyslova How do Russian women represent themselves in life-writing and life stories? Are there any general models of selves? Can autobiography be a genre for women? These and other related questions are discussed in this book featuring contributions from scholars in both East and West. The authors discuss images of female subjectivity in Russian women's autobiographical texts from the early 19th century until the present. The contributors analyse the diverse "models of self" that Russian women have constructed in diaries, memoirs, correspondence, autobiographical portraits, and self-writing through fiction and poetry. By bringing together different perspectives on Russian women's autobiographical texts, the anthology theorises gender as an analytical frame. The book also discusses forms and meanings of life-writing - autobiography as a genre - a constantly growing research field across disciplines.
Contributors Hilde Hoogenboom Catriona Kelly Marianne Liljeström Irina Novikova Arja Rosenholm Anna Rotkirch Marja Rytkönen Irina Savkina Romy Taylor Anna Temkina Elena Zdravomyslova How do Russian women represent themselves in life-writing and life stories? Are there any general models of selves? Can autobiography be a genre for women? These and other related questions are discussed in this book featuring contributions from scholars in both East and West. The authors discuss images of female subjectivity in Russian women's autobiographical texts from the early 19th century until the present. The contributors analyse the diverse "models of self" that Russian women have constructed in diaries, memoirs, correspondence, autobiographical portraits, and self-writing through fiction and poetry. By bringing together different perspectives on Russian women's autobiographical texts, the anthology theorises gender as an analytical frame. The book also discusses forms and meanings of life-writing - autobiography as a genre - a constantly growing research field across disciplines.
Contributors Hilde Hoogenboom Catriona Kelly Marianne Liljeström Irina Novikova Arja Rosenholm Anna Rotkirch Marja Rytkönen Irina Savkina Romy Taylor Anna Temkina Elena Zdravomyslova How do Russian women represent themselves in life-writing and life stories? Are there any general models of selves? Can autobiography be a genre for women? These and other related questions are discussed in this book featuring contributions from scholars in both East and West. The authors discuss images of female subjectivity in Russian women's autobiographical texts from the early 19th century until the present. The contributors analyse the diverse "models of self" that Russian women have constructed in diaries, memoirs, correspondence, autobiographical portraits, and self-writing through fiction and poetry. By bringing together different perspectives on Russian women's autobiographical texts, the anthology theorises gender as an analytical frame. The book also discusses forms and meanings of life-writing - autobiography as a genre - a constantly growing research field across disciplines.
Contributors Hilde Hoogenboom Catriona Kelly Marianne Liljeström Irina Novikova Arja Rosenholm Anna Rotkirch Marja Rytkönen Irina Savkina Romy Taylor Anna Temkina Elena Zdravomyslova How do Russian women represent themselves in life-writing and life stories? Are there any general models of selves? Can autobiography be a genre for women? These and other related questions are discussed in this book featuring contributions from scholars in both East and West. The authors discuss images of female subjectivity in Russian women's autobiographical texts from the early 19th century until the present. The contributors analyse the diverse "models of self" that Russian women have constructed in diaries, memoirs, correspondence, autobiographical portraits, and self-writing through fiction and poetry. By bringing together different perspectives on Russian women's autobiographical texts, the anthology theorises gender as an analytical frame. The book also discusses forms and meanings of life-writing - autobiography as a genre - a constantly growing research field across disciplines.
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9789514595752
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JHB
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951-45-9575-0
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