By Mae Henderson
Essays through Kathryn Hellerstein, Anita Goldman, Jane Marcus and Scott Malcomson exlpore the semiotics of exile and the matter of its illustration within the lives and writings of person aritists and intellectuals. Autobiographical feedback, as represented within the essays via Nancy Miller and Sara Suleri, enlargess our traditional notions of what consitutes literature typically and feedback in particular.
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Borders, Boundaries, and Frames: Essays on Cultural Criticism and Cultural Theory (Essays from the English Institute) by Mae Henderson