Thesis: écriture féminine mécanique

In my MA English Lit. program at Washington State University I worked on a thesis project that explored écriture féminine mécanique or woman’s bodily mechanical writing. This theory explores how the French feminists’ concept of women’s writing could be made modern through Virginia Woolf’s writing some thirty years earlier, which exhibits a concern with the mechanization of the world, with her own broken and unwell body, and with the rise of women’s voices that so compelled her.

The following presentation on the subject was given at the International Virginia Woolf Conference 2014.

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