By Evelyne Ender
"An vital, cogently argued, sophisticated and wealthy learn of a subject matter of serious interest."
--Mieke Bal, collage of Amsterdam
"A paintings of literary reports located on the intersection of culture and innovation. Evelyne Ender's publication brings trendy cultural issues to undergo on conventional literary texts-her amazing pedagogical abilities entice and consultant the reader during the such a lot tricky psychoanalytical concepts."
--Nelly Furman, Cornell University
Evelyne Ender is Professor of French experiences, collage of Washington. She is the writer of Sexing the brain: Nineteenth-Century Fictions of Hysteria.
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