WMST 101 Notes 2:8

WMST 101 Notes 2:8 - WMST 101 Next Tuesday. Quiz? New...

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WMST 101 04:46 Next Tuesday… Quiz? New Section: Commodities and Differences Race/class/sexuality/gender (the politics of black women’s studies? Gender- based oppressions linked to all oppressions (others) Harriet Jacobs: “This narrative is no fiction” “Plain truth”- autobiographical and historical The Wind Done Gone - Alice Randall (2001) Novel and unauthorized parody of Gone with the Wind Gone with the Wind- Margaret Mitchell (1936) Novel/fiction Set in American Civil War era (1861-1865) and Reconstruction (1865-1877) Parody but not humorous Rewrites Gone with the Wind from slave’s view P. 1- Who is speaking? Cynara- says this is what happened to me, it’s her diary Fictional character saying this is her experience A factual account like slave narrative (p. 7) “I don’t want to write no novel” Question: What if we had a slave narrative to balance/correct Gone with the Wind? Make race visible/central
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course WMST 101 taught by Professor Burns during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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WMST 101 Notes 2:8 - WMST 101 Next Tuesday. Quiz? New...

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