Ventriloquized voices feminist theory and English Renaissance texts by Elizabeth D. Harvey

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  • Historiography,
  • Feminism and literature,
  • English literature,
  • Theory,
  • History and criticism,
  • Sex role in literature,
  • Women,
  • Men authors,
  • Point of view (Literature),
  • Women and literature,
  • Authorship,
  • Sex differences,
  • History

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StatementElizabeth D. Harvey
ContributionsNetLibrary, Inc
LC ClassificationsPR428.F45 H37 2002eb
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
Paginationx, 173 p.
Number of Pages173
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25555001M
ISBN 100203289587

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In a historical and theoretical study of English texts of the early modern period, Elizabeth D. Harvey looks at the transvestism at work in texts which purport to be by women but which are in fact written by men.

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In a historical and theoretical study of English texts of the early modern period, Elizabeth D. Harvey looks at the transvestism at work in texts which purport to.

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Ventriloquized Voices. Summary Note: summary text provided by external source. This book is a historical and theoretical study of male appropriations of the feminine voice in English texts of the early modern period.

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His latest book of poems, Without Saying—his fourteenth and the first since his selected poems, Inner Voices, was published in —is also a book of ventriloquized voices, although it feels here as though a shift has taken place.

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Having no (one) voice of its own, the novel, like its characters, speaks in an amazing multiplicity of ventriloquized voices and interpolated styles and forms: nursery rhymes, biblical echoes, the.

Voice in Motion explores the human voice as a literary, historical, and performative motif in early modern English drama and culture, where the voice was frequently represented as struggling, even failing, to work. In a compelling and original argument, Gina Bloom demonstrates that early modern ideas about the efficacy of spoken communication spring from an understanding of the voice's Brand: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

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This book demonstrates that the ventriloquized divine voice became a contested site of power as priests acquired more institutional endorsement and, ironically, devotion in.

A Book of Rhymes for Suffrage Times () and Women are People (). Published a few years before Eliot experimented with dramatic monologue and “did the police in different voices”, before Pound ventriloquized the River Merchant’s wife and other Asian subjectivities, before Marianne Moore began quoting from “magazines.

Abstract. When Stephen Greenblatt redescribed the professional, critical reading of early modern texts as motivated by a desire to hear the voices of the past, to ‘speak with the dead’, he also acknowledged the force of a paradox in his contention that the voices of the dead are more audible to us from the texts of fiction than from ‘any other textual traces’.Cited by: 4.

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Yet another text on voice and gender. Given the history of feminist interest in women’s voices in the early modern period (from Elizabeth Harvey’s Ventriloquized Voices [] to Christina Luckyj’s ‘A Moving Rhetoricke’ []), I imagined, as I began reading, that Gina Bloom would be hard-pressed to make a genuinely original : Kim Solga.

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Living With Voices. The book that defined the era was called The Broken Brain () The client will listen for what the voice says and then report it back, in a strangely ventriloquized process.

Some staff members invite the voices to attend the group meeting. At the Maastricht conference, someone stood up to report that she had To combat this difficulty, the author of the Dialogues untangles the ventriloquized voices spoken through the single persona of Solomon in Ecclesiastes by dividing them between the two interlocutors of the dialogue, a clever usage of ex utraque parte as a means of clarification of the form of Ecclesiastes.

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By ELIZABETH D. HARVEY. London and New York: Routledge. I x + I73 pp. The title of Elizabeth Harvey's book immediately and engagingly focuses reader attention on problems central to feminist theory and indeed to literary criticism in general.

Elizabeth Harvey, Ventriloquized Voices: Feminist Theory and English Renaissance Texts (London, ), p. Studying what she calls "transvestite ventriloquism" (p. 6), Harvey deals with hysteria, maternity, lesbianism, marginalization, and phallocentric cultural lexicons to ascertain the cause and effect of a male author's invention of a.

Elizabeth D. Harvey Elizabeth D. Harvey is Professor of English at the University of Toronto. She is the author of Ventriloquized Voices: Feminist Theory and Renaissance Texts, and most recently, co-editor of Luce Irigaray and Premodern Culture: Thresholds of History, and editor of Sensible Flesh: On Touch in Early Modern Culture.It stems from an ancient belief that the spirits of the dead communicate through our belly rumblings.

It was once thought these could be repeated then translated by oracles. Only in the early nineteenth century were dolls brought onstage.

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