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Shelves: argentina. Unnecessarily focused on gender identity issues and I mean a whole chapter of why homosexuality has to be redefined in Foucaultian terms or the media representation of transvestites I wish I could get two hours of reading back. I fai Unnecessarily focused on gender identity issues and I mean a whole chapter of why homosexuality has to be redefined in Foucaultian terms or the media representation of transvestites I fail to see the association of such things with literature, because it was mostly presented as such, a lot of the people involved have literature degrees.
Highly focused on psychological approach too, which is about the most reductionist thing you could hope for. In all fairness, there was a vaguely interesting discussion about realism and idealism, but one of the authors did not want to assume a position, it seemed, she called herself a materialist to oppose both, somehow founded in Marx who took a lot of Hegelian idealism. Veredict: I do not understand Marxists at all, and they should quit pretending their works have to do with anything of substance at all, at least as far as literary matters are concerned.
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