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March 5, 2011
CFP: Roth and women
Guest Editor: David Gooblar
Submission deadline: June 30, 2011
Description: »In Philip Roth’s 1990 novel Deception, the author (or someone like him) is hauled into the dock, put on trial for “sexism, misogyny, woman abuse, slander of women, denigration of women, defamation of women, and ruthless seduction, crimes all carrying the most severe penalties.” ... Possible areas for investigation could include, but are not limited to:
• Roth’s representation of female fictional characters;
• feminist criticism of Roth’s fiction;
• female ‘types’ in Roth’s oeuvre;
• sexual politics in Roth's fiction;
• gender theory in relation to Roth's fiction;
• Roth’s alleged misogyny;
• the representation of actual women in Roth's life (e.g. Bess Roth, Margaret Martinson, Janet Hobhouse, Claire Bloom) in his writing.«
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