ISBN-13: 9780253210463 / Angielski / Miękka / 1996 / 200 str.
"Allen's work is virtually unique among American writers. It illustrates a deep knowledge of the issues raised by the postmodernists, yet she does not succumb to the playing field, constructing instead her own philosophical direction and aesthetic." --Sarah HoaglandJeffner Allen shapes a poetic politics that transforms textual and everyday realities. The surprising, resilient, and transformative windings of lesbian writing and lesbian lives--a poetics of sinuous movement, the turning of women to women--informs these reflections.
Deals with the issues raised by the postmodernists. This title is about a transformative windings of lesbian writing and lesbian lives - a poetics of sinuous movement - that informs the reflections on existentialism, lesbian and feminist theory, motherhood, education, hunger, and the use and abuse of female bodies.