The Intimate Historicism of Late Twentieth-Century Feminist Criticism
This epilogue presents a series of recognitions regarding how the intimate historicism practiced by the New England regionalists—their sensual history making endeavors—resonate with the historicism pursued by the generation of feminist literary scholars who brought women writers into full intellectual view. Thus, this epilogue beings rethinking the feminist era of US women's intellectual history and outlines the ways in which forms of historicism are central to queer and feminist practices.
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