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As an iconic figure within the landscape of postmodern British fiction, Jeanette Winterson has drawn much critical attention over the last few decades. Unsurprisingly, gender and sexuality have provided the chief interpretative framework for many of these research contributions to date, with such explications being well-trodden ground for any Wintersonian bibliophile. Emily McAvan’s Jeanette Winterson and Religion, however, puts forward a compelling case for the widening of this focus to include religion as “a vital force in Winterson’s writing” (1). With this refreshingly novel approach to Winterson’s oeuvre, McAvan opens up new intellectual space within a growing corpus of academic response that will be welcomed by emerging and established scholars alike.
|Number of pages||2|
|Journal||Contemporary Women's Writing|
|Early online date||3 Jul 2021|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Nov 2021|
- Jeanette Winterson
- contemporary women's writing
- women's writing
- Book Review
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Radical and regressive: artificial intelligence according to Jeanette Winterson.
Laura-Jane Devanny (Author)20 May 2022
Activity: Academic Talks or Presentations › Conference PresentationFile
Laura-Jane Devanny (Reviewer)20 Oct 2021 → 17 Nov 2021
Activity: Publication Peer-review and Editorial Work › Editorial work › Research