Rapture Untold: Gender, Mysticism, and the 'Moment of Recognition' in Works by Gertrude Stein

Rapture Untold Gender Mysticism and the Moment of Recognition in Works by Gertrude Stein Rapture Untold Gender Mysticism and the Moment of Recognition in Works by Gertrude Stein analyzes patterns within Stein s language revealing the nature and origin of religious ideas in her work pa

  • Title: Rapture Untold: Gender, Mysticism, and the 'Moment of Recognition' in Works by Gertrude Stein
  • Author: Linda S. Watts
  • ISBN: 9780820428123
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Rapture Untold Gender, Mysticism, and the Moment of Recognition in Works by Gertrude Stein analyzes patterns within Stein s language, revealing the nature and origin of religious ideas in her work, particularly those texts written during the 1920s By viewing Stein s texts in light of recent feminist criticism, theories of gender and reading, and Stein s influence on Rapture Untold Gender, Mysticism, and the Moment of Recognition in Works by Gertrude Stein analyzes patterns within Stein s language, revealing the nature and origin of religious ideas in her work, particularly those texts written during the 1920s By viewing Stein s texts in light of recent feminist criticism, theories of gender and reading, and Stein s influence on the French feminists and Language poets, it may be possible to re envision the process of reading Gertrude Stein.

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