Out of bounds: male writers and gender(ed) criticism by Laura P. Claridge, Elizabeth Langland

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Is the material of biology totally irrelevant, or Page 11 merely highly dangerous to encounter, since it has been the stuff of such oppression in the past? It seems as if the moment that the body is invoked in gender studies, the new heuristic tool reinforces our insistence on organizing experience through privileged terms. It is impossible to separate the various real dynamics that constitute one's psyche or self: Even to catalogue gender, race, class, religion begs the question, for none of these categories exists discretely from the others.

Specifically, we thank Carolyn Heilbrun, Sandra Gilbert, Susan Gubar, Marianne Hirsch, Catharine Stimpson, Paul Smith, and Gerhard Joseph for comments and criticisms that made this a better volume than it would otherwise have been. More generally, we owe a debt to the feminist and gender critics who have preceded us and so paved the way for the issues and questions we engage here. We would also like to thank our contributors, who made our editing task pleasant and helped to teach us about our subject in the process.

Joyce Wadler, "For the First Time, the Real-Life Models of Broadway's M. Butterfly Tell of Their Very Strange Romance," People Weekly, August 8, 1988, 91; David Henry Wang, M. Butterfly, in American Theatre, JulyAugust 1988, special insert. 9. Stanton, "Difference on Trial," 172. 10. , What Is Feminism? (New York: Pantheon, 1986), 7. 11. Wayne C. Booth, "Freedom of Interpretation: Bakhtin and the Challenge of Feminist Criticism," Critical Inquiry 9 (1982): 4576; Stephen Heath, "Male Feminism," Dalhousie Review 64 (Summer 1984): 270301; J.

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