Primarily drawn from twentieth-century readings, this text is a provocative collection which explores the links between cultural beliefs, social institutions, sexual roles, and personal identity. The fiction, poetry, and drama selections also demonstrate the diversity of gender practices as they relate to differences of race, class, and sexuality. Arranged around three themes--Learning, Living, and Resisting--this anthology asks students to think and write about gender issues within the context and background of gender.

Literature and Gender: Thinking Critically Through Fiction, Poetry, and Drama

  • Longman 1999

    Used paperback in very good condition

    404 pages