Marie Maclean - The Name of The Mother: Writing Illegitimacy

Marie Maclean - The Name of The Mother: Writing Illegitimacy
Routledge | ISBN: 0415106869 | 1994-04 | File type: PDF | 280 pages | 1.11 mb

In this original and highly accomplished study, Marie Maclean studies the writings of social rebels and explores the relationship between their personal narratives and illegitimacy.
The case studies which Maclean utilizes examines such issues as the formation of alternative family structures and "female genealogies;" the relationship between female illegitimacy and revolution; the issue of patrinymity and its disavowal; and the specter of genius which haunts the very society which excludes it.
Skillfully interweaving feminist theory, French literary criticism, social and cultural history, deconstruction and psychoanalytic theory, Maclean traces the place of these personal narrratives of illegitimacy in history and theory, from Elizabeth I to Freud, from Sartre to Derrida.


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