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Identity Politics in Atwood, Kogawa, and Wolf
http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb99-4/totosy99-2.html
"Jean Wilson's article, "Identity Politics in Atwood, Kogawa, and Wolf," is a comparative study of three texts published in the early 1980s: Atwood's "Significant Moments in the Life of My Mother," Kogawa's Obasan, and Wolf's Cassandra. Identity politics figure prominently in all three literary works, whose common poetic project is one of demythologization and of enabling at the same time the emergence of a new, liberating articulation, a language perhaps "never heard before." These writings interrogate the construction of identities in a patriarchal culture and contribute to a more complex understanding of identity formation."
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Jean Wilson
From: CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal 1.3 (1999)
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