Mind the Gap: The Visual Arts, the Reader-as-Viewer, and Identity Critique in Early Twentieth-Century American Women's Writing.

Hildebrand, Molly.
2017-04-20T13:57:51.836Z

Abstract: This dissertation examines the aestheticization of female protagonists in early twentieth-century American women's writing and demonstrates how tropes from art and literature come together to produce a transformative and revolutionary aesthetics of the female body. Adopting a feminist framework, my work offers a political intervention into the ways in which women are both viewed and view... read more

Subjects
Tufts University. Department of English.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/011959
ID: tufts:21434
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