The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.0284 Monday, 2 February 2004
Date: Friday, 30 Jan 2004 15:42:12 -0800
Subject: 15.0259 The Shrew and British Feminism
Comment: RE: SHK 15.0259 The Shrew and British Feminism
Hugh Grady defines our work as follows:
>A short, on the fly answer to a very good (if much discussed)
>when we interpret literary texts, we are helping to make culture in a
>complex social process.
Maybe we are, but we are also responding to another voice, making the
dead letter speak and giving it voice. Criticism -- though less than
teaching -- allows us the opportunity to escape the solipsism which is
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