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“Everyone intrigued with the finer points of gender studies, French studies, cultural studies, or psychoanalysis will be happy to spend some time with this passionate and reflective collection.” — Virginia Quarterly Review
“Everyone intrigued with the finer points of gender studies, French studies, cultural studies, or psychoanalysis will be happy to spend some time with this passionate and reflective collection.” —Virginia Quarterly Review
"As one has come to expect from Naomi Schor, the arguments she advances are forceful, challenging and, above all, elegant. Highly individual and distinct, these essays consistently achieve their aim of reposing the essential questions of feminist theory." — Peggy Kamuf, University of Southern California
"This is an impressive volume of elegant essays that will confirm Schor’s reputation as one of feminism’s finest scholars, and one of the most expansive and precise minds in French studies." — Judith Butler, University of California, Berkeley
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Naomi Schor is Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures at Harvard University. She is the author of several books including, Breaking the Chain, Reading in Detail, and George Sand and Idealism.
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