lundi 27 août 2012

Krzysztof Andrzejcak, THE WRITER IN THE WRITING: AUTHOR AS HERO IN POSTWAR AMERICAN FICTION, Lodz, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Lódzkiego, 1996, 170 pages.

Yet, Isadora reveals a sense of chronic vulnerability and guilt. Her dependence on men and faith in traditional values lead to intermittent urges to abandon art, to return to conventional female roles. She sees her life as a string of disappointments and indicates that a female writer is always suspended between a need to subordinate herself and to hurdle society's barriers, between wanting to be uniquely feminine and having to live a male concept of the artist, a role that, she is intelligent enough to realize, no longer exists.

(p. 97)

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