Anglo-American Feminist Challenges To The Rhetorical Traditions
In this lucid and innovative work, Krista Ratcliffe successfully extrapolates rhetorical theories from three feminist writers not generally thought of as rhetoricians. Ratcliffe's skillful use of her methodology demonstrates a new model for examining women's texts. Her work situates Woolf's, Daly's, and Rich's feminist theories of rhetoric within current conversations about feminist pedagogies, particularly the interweavings of critical thinking, reading, and writing. Ratcliffe concludes with an application to teaching.
Southern Illinois University Press
Rhetoric, Feminism, Virginia Woolf, Mary Daly, Adrienne Rich, Feminist Literature, Literary Criticism
Literature in English, North America | Other Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Rhetoric | Rhetoric and Composition