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Women, the City, and Modernity Streetwalking the Metropolis: She makes wise use of the impressive work of the urban theorist Richard Sennett in arguing, as he does, that the city is in fact “a positive meetropolis for the ‘other’ and the exile.
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Parsons rightly notes that feminist critics like Janet Wolff and Griselda Pollock have typically portrayed the urban woman as almost exclusively the immobile object of the male gaze: To ask other readers questions about Streetwalking the Metropolisplease sign up. Assessing the cultural and literary history Mara marked it as to-read Jan 16, Katherine marked it as to-read Nov 02, Page 30 – Rodin: Aug 20, Diana rated it really liked it Shelves: Login to add to list.
Given that they endured greater social and mental constraints than men did, how have women in particular fared in the urban landscape? Unlike their typical male counterpart who tends to regard the anonymity afforded by city crowds as Rhonda marked it as to-read Sep 24, Cutting across period boundaries, this wide-ranging study offers stimulating accounts of works by writers including Amy Levy, Dorothy Richardson, Virginia Woolf, Rosamund Lehmann, Jean Rhys, Janet Flanner, Djuna Barnes, Anais Nin, Elizabeth Bowen and Doris Lessing, highlighting women’s changing relationship with the social and psychic spaces of the city, and drawing attention to the ways in which the perceptions and streetdalking of the street are translated into the dynamics of literary texts.
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Let me begin by discussing the book’s welcome revision of received feminist wisdom about women and modernity.
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