|aCreating safe space :|bviolence and women's writing /|cedited by Tomoko Kuribayashi and Julie Tharp.
|aAlbany :|bState University of New York Press,|cc1998.
|avi, 239 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 231-232) and index.
|aI stand here naked, and best dressed in theory: feminist re-fashionings of academic discourse / Brenda Daly -- The solace of separation: feminist theory, autobiography, Edith Wharton, and me / Susan L. Woods -- Fighting back on paper and in real life: sexual abuse narratives and the creation of safe space / Sonia C. Apgar -- Incest and rage in Charlotte Bront鋀's novelettes / Susan Anne Carlson -- Safe space or danger zone?: incest and the paradox of writing in Woolf's life / Diana L. Swanson -- "One need not be a chamber--to be haunted": Emily Dickinson's haunted space / Mary Jo Dondlinger -- "There is no home there": re(his)tor(iciz)ing captivity and the other in Spofford's "Circumstance" / Lisa Logan -- "Entirely unprotected": Rebecca Ketcham's trail diary / Mary Sylwester -- Safe space and storytelling: Willa Cather's Shadows on the rock / Linda K. Karell -- The Chicana girl writes her way in and out: space and bilingualism in Sandra Cisneros' The house on Mango Street / Tomoko Kuribayashi -- Abuse and its pleasures: compensatory fantasy in the popular fiction of Anne Rice / Annalee Newitz -- On blues, autobiography, and performative utterance: the jouissance of Alberta Hunter / Kari J. Winter -- "In the center of my body is a rift": trauma and recovery in Joy Kogawa's Obasan and Itsuka / Julie Tharp.
|aAmerican literature|xWomen authors|xHistory and criticism.
|aEnglish literature|xWomen authors|xHistory and criticism.