The In-Between of Writing
Experience and Experiment in the Work of Drabble, Duras, and Arendt
Examines works by three very different writers to explore the relation of experience to literary experiment
Praise / Awards
"Eleanor Skoller has chosen a fascinating trio of writers, whom she reads differently from the ways in which they have been previously read. . . . The result is an opening up of questions, a displacement of familiar formulations."
--Elaine Marks, University of Wisconsin--Madison
". . . joins a political, postmodern feminism with a renewed interest in the space created by literature for politics. . . . I was impressed by the range of the issues, the acuity of the intellect, and the beauty of the writing."
--Tobin Siebers, University of Michigan
". . . interesting and provocative reading."
--Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature
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