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Una ricerca del pace perduto in una piccola città di provincia. Amori, pasisoni, amicizie, esperienze di vita vissuta. L'esordio di Marina Onofri scrittrice che si proietta nel mondo letterario con una innovativa vena creativa.

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For instance, Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God (1937), another framed narrative, was castigated by Richard Wright for lacking a "basic idea or theme. . Hurston had no desire to write serious fiction. "32 For both reviewers, the combination of terms animating each novelAfrican American woman on the one hand, woman worker on the otherwas incommensurable. Marie is always simultaneously aware of her gender and class differences; and it is the simultaneity, the sense that both narratives are undifferentiated, that sets up the tensions for the protagonist and the reader.

2. Feminism and literatureUnited StatesHistory20th century. 3. Women and literature United StatesHistory20th century. 4. Revolutionary literature, American History and criticism. 5. American fictionWomen authorsHistory and criticism. 6. Women intellectuals in literature. 7. Working class in literature. 8. Depressions in literature. 9. Radicalism in literature. 10. Desire in literature. I. Title. II. Series. F45R33 1991 91-50259 CIP "Last Night," by Martha Millet, is used by permission of the author.

Just as LeSueur and Westin corrected the androcentrism controlling the imagery and memory of the Depression by presenting the stories of women, so women's revolutionary fiction expanded the terrain encompassed by literary radicalism to produce a history of female subjectivity. In so doing, such fictions helped to develop a theory of the embeddedness of class, gender, and sexuality in our bodies and our texts. These novels, read as a genre, provide access to a gendered history of 1930s literary radicalism that revises many of the accounts already written about this period and explains why women have been occluded in most of them.

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