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Literary anatomies

women"s bodies and health in literature

by Delese Wear

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Published by State University of New York Press in Albany .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • American literature -- History and criticism,
    • Women -- United States -- Health and hygiene -- History,
    • Literature and medicine -- United States,
    • Women and literature -- United States,
    • Body, Human, in literature,
    • Medicine in literature,
    • Women in literature

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 135-145) and index.

      StatementDelese Wear and Lois LaCivita Nixon.
      ContributionsNixon, Lois LaCivita.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS173.W6 W4 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 150 p. :
      Number of Pages150
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1416540M
      ISBN 100791419258, 0791419266
      LC Control Number93026096

      1. Summary. Silent Anatomies is nominally a book of poetry, with 20 poems (that’s the count in the table of contents). The book has some interesting combinations of images and text in which phrases from poems are posed around anatomical illustrations, with lines leading from the texts to parts of the image, as in anatomy textbooks. Mar 01,  · About the Book. In fascinating new contextual readings of four of Herman Melville's novels—Typee, White-Jacket, Moby-Dick, and Pierre—Samuel Otter delves into Melville's exorbitant prose to show how he anatomizes ideology, making it palpable and simplicityhsd.com portrays Melville as deeply concerned with issues of race, the body, gender, sentiment, and national identity.

      Founded in , simplicityhsd.com has become a leading book price comparison site: Find and compare hundreds of millions of new books, used books, rare books and out of print books from over , booksellers and 60+ websites worldwide. In his review, the biologist Richard Dawkins wrote that, "Wonderful Life is a beautifully written and deeply muddled book. To make unputdownable an intricate, technical account of the anatomies of worms, and other inconspicuous denizens of a half-billion-year-old sea, is a literary tour-de-force. But the theory that Stephen Gould wrings out of Author: Stephen Jay Gould.

      Monstrous Anatomies Literary And Scientific The book explores the significance and dissemination of 'monstrous anatomies' in British and German culture by investigating how and why scientific and literary representations and descriptions of abnormal bodies were proposed in . Sep 22,  · Samuel Otter. Melville's Anatomies. Berkeley: University of California Press. $ hc. $ sc. xii + pp. As the title suggests, Melville's Anatomies examines the literary and cultural significance that physical bodies (human and non-human) play in four major works of Herman Melville: Typee, White-Jacket, Moby-Dick, and Pierre.


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Jul 29,  · Anatomies: A Cultural History of the Human Body by Hugh Aldersey-Williams “Anatomies" is an accessible book on how the body works and doesn’t from a cultural perspective. The book is full of historical anecdotes, biological information, and some interesting tidbits. The book is engaging but not as scientifically informative as I would have /5.

simplicityhsd.com: Literary Anatomies: Women's Bodies and Health in Literature (): Delese Wear, Lois LaCivita Nixon: BooksCited by: 6. Thus, Literary Anatomies is long overdue and would have delighted me if it had been only half as good as it is.

But given the talents of both of its authors, its value was assured from its conception. I will be giving a copy of this book to many of my women friends and to some men as well.

Thus, Literary Anatomies is long overdue and would have delighted me if it had been only half as good as it is.

But given the talents of both of its authors, its value was assured from its conception. I will be giving a copy of this book to many of my women friends and to some men as simplicityhsd.com: Delese Wear.

The epigraph to Monica Ong’s book, Silent Anatomies, reads: “I wish I could tenderly lift from the dark side of history, voices that are anonymous, slighted—inarticulate” ().And this is exactly what Ong accomplishes: her work gives voice to a slighted, less often heard side of history.

Silent Anatomies is a book that defies a reader’s attempt to find easy meaning, a viewer’s desire to capture a scene in a single image. The book’s final poem “The Attic” centers on a medical illustration of the external and middle ear collaged together with a photograph of Ong’s grandfather in front of his house in the Philippines.

Get this from a library. Literary anatomies: women's bodies and health in literature. [Delese Wear; Lois LaCivita Nixon] -- This book shows how imaginative literature brings women's medical experiences back to lived moments in living bodies, where readers can, perhaps, better understand what it.

Silent anatomies by Monica Ong. Reviewed By Kenji Liu. September 25th, Selected by Joy Harjo for the Kore Press First Book Award, Silent Anatomies is a visual-textual dissection and apothecary. It is a poetry book not concerned so much with healing-as-resolution than with a gender and race-aware exploration of the shapes history.

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“The literary text seems like "a fortified medieval town –foreigners and outsiders are repelled, or allowed in only after rigorous checks, but within all is bustling life; exchange, mutual interdependence and influence are the rule.”.

Anatomies definition: the science concerned with the physical structure of animals and plants | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples a book or treatise on this subject 4.

dissection of an animal or plant. The Times Literary Supplement (). Jan 07,  · Silent Anatomies by Monica Ong is unlike any book of poetry I have ever encountered.

It’s no wonder Joy Harjo selected it as the winner of the Kore Press First Book Award. An amalgam of poetry and visual art, of family history and feminism, of diagrams and mixed media, in it Monica Ong not only dissolves the boundary between poetry and art, but also the boundary between the heart and the.

Jul 07,  · ANATOMIES OF NARRATIVE CRITICISM is a compilation of articles from various scholars in the Fourth Gospel, celebrating twenty-five years since R. Alan Culpepper's ground-breaking ANATOMY OF THE FOURTH GOSPEL. Culpepper (now Dean of Mercer, Atlanta) provided his solid basis for well-researched literary criticism of the Fourth Gospel in /5(1).

Ong’s debut collection, Silent Anatomies, was selected by poet Joy Harjo as winner of the Kore Press First Book Award. Of the collection, Ms. Harjo noted: “This is one of the most unique poetry collections.

It’s a kind of graphic poetry book, but that’s not exactly it. absence of meaning absurd Alice books AW and TLG Byrom calls Cammaerts Carroll's nonsense Carrollian chapter characteristic of nonsense Christian Morgenstern comic created Dada dadaists defines nonsense definition of nonsense discussed Edward Lear elements emotional evoked fact fantasy fiction Flann O'Brien Galgenlieder genre Gorey 5/5(1).

Anatomy, in literature, the separating or dividing of a topic into parts for detailed examination or analysis. Among the better-known examples are John Lyly’s Euphues: The Anatomy of Wit and Robert Burton’s Anatomy of Melancholy. The literary critic Northrop Frye, in his book Anatomy of Criticism.

Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

In fascinating new contextual readings of four of Herman Melville's novels—Typee, White-Jacket, Moby-Dick, and Pierre—Samuel Otter delves into Melville's exorbitant prose to show how he anatomizes ideology, making it palpable and strange. Otter portrays Melville as deeply concerned with issues of race, the body, gender, sentiment, and national identity.

Mar 27,  · “Literary” fiction leans more heavily to depth of character, theme, idea, and more stylistic writing. But every book is at some point along that line, so defining exactly where a book becomes ‘literary’ is often in the eye of the beholder.

And now there’s this new Read more». If bodies are temples, Susan McCarty is an expert demolitionist. In Anatomies, McCarty breaks these temples down, rips through drywall and flesh, tears sexuality and humanity from their hinges, and leaves behind the barebones, the nervous system, the warm, buzzing electrical impulses buried beneath the exteriors of the temples housing her characters.

The images included in this Author: Katy Haas. Scholar Commons Citation. Roscoe, Lori A., "Book Review: Literary anatomies: Women’s bodies in health and literature" ().

Communication Faculty simplicityhsd.com: Lori A. Roscoe.Anatomies of Narrative Criticism: The Past, Present, and Futures of the Fourth Gospel as Literature () by Tom Thatcher(Eds.) & Stephen D. Moore(Eds.)Pages: In The Mental Anatomies of William Godwin and Mary Shelley, Brewer contends that Godwin's and Shelley's literary mental anatomies should be regarded as exploratory and often inclusive thought-experiments.

He organizes it by themes rather than by chronology or works. For the most part, he focuses on their lesser-known writings.