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Mapping British Women Writers’ Urban Imaginaries: Space, by Arina Cirstea

By Arina Cirstea

This learn presents an alternative choice to the postmodern culture of writing concerning the urban by way of exploring spatialized buildings of gender and non secular id via an integrative framework in keeping with insights from Bachelard's topoanalysis, psychogeography, feminist cultural thought and comparative literature and religion.

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