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Any survey of feminist criticism will most likely be fraught with difficulties, the most serious of which is the attempt to avoid reductionism. This introduction to feminist criticism attempts to identify key figures, central concerns, and general movements. Such an attempt is a strategic move to organize a vital and growing body of work into some sort of scheme that can be collated and presented. Despite the existence of American, French, and British feminisms, for example, no such clear-cut schools or movements exist in a fixed way. The various writers included in...
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