Interactive Voices in Intertextual Literature The Ex-Centric Female, Child, Servant, and Colonised
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In "Interactive Voices in Intertextual Literature: the ex-centric female, child, servant and colonised", Esra Melikoglu explores intertextuality/rewriting in works by A. S. Byatt, Tracy Chevalier, Angela Carter and Jean Rhys as a persistent strategy to open up literary and political space for the largely censored stories of ex-centric groups in a culture. Another concern of her study is to show that the stories of the marginalised female, child, servant and colonised - who are all placed at the estranged bottom of a world bound by sex/gender/age/class/race- are traditionally presented as interactive: they cut across, complete, but also clash with each other.
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Tectum B.V.B.A.