Caught Between Cultures Women, Writing and Subjectivity

By: Russell, Elizabeth (editor)

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Sporatic pencilled underlining in portions of text. Datestamp on front free endpaper. Cover shows virtually no wear. ; From back cover: The essays in the collection (on Canada, the USA, Australia, and the UK) question and discuss the issues of cross-cultural identities and the crossing of boundaries, both geographical and conceptual. All of the authors have experienced cross-culturalism directly and are conscious that positions of 'double vision', which allow the 'I' to participate positively in two or more cultures, are privilidges that only a few can celebrate. Most women find themselves "caught between cultures". They become involved in a day-to-day struggle, in an attempt to negotiate identities which can affirm the self and, at the same time, strengthen the ties which unties the self with others. ... ; Cross-Cultures Series; Vol. 52; 152 pages

Title: Caught Between Cultures Women, Writing and Subjectivity

Author Name: Russell, Elizabeth (editor)

Categories: Women Authors,

Publisher: Amsterdam, Rodopi: 2002

ISBN Number: 9042013680

ISBN Number 13: 9789042013681

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good+

Seller ID: 2877