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Paraliterary Labors in Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar: Typists, Teachers, and the Pink-Collar Subtext
Unlike some postwar authors, Sylvia Plath resisted the temptation to bolster her reputation as a writer by exploiting the image of the secretary. Instead, Plath deployed the opposition betweenExpand
James Baldwin’s Post-Sentimental Fiction: From “Previous Condition” to Another Country
O of the ironies of modern-day literary criticism is that the scholars who identify with the sensibility found in James Baldwin’s essays frequently distance themselves from the author’s fiction. TheExpand