Autobiographical voices : race, gender, self-portraiture /

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Lionnet, Françoise
Format: eBook
Published: Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1989.
Series:Reading women writing.
Online Access:Available via JSTOR
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : The politics and aesthetics of M̌tissage
  • Part I. Rereading the past
  • Augustine's Confessions : poetics of harmony, or the ideal reader in the text
  • Silence and circularity in Ecce Homo : "Und so erz̃hle ich mir mein Leben"
  • Part II. Creating a tradition
  • Autoethnography : the an-archic style of dust tracks on a road
  • Con artists and storytellers : Maya Angelou's problematic sense of audience
  • Happiness deferred : Maryse Conď's Heremakhonon and the failure of enunciation
  • Privileged difference and the possibility of emancipation : the words to say it and A l'autre bout de moi
  • Anamnesis and utopia : self-portrait of the web maker in A l'autre bout de moi
  • Conclusion.