Italian Women Writers from the Renaissance to the Present: Revising the Canon by Maria MarottiItalian Women Writers from the Renaissance to the Present: Revising the Canon by Maria Marotti

Italian Women Writers from the Renaissance to the Present: Revising the Canon

EditorMaria Marotti

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Contents:IntroductionRevising the Canon: Italian Women Writers/Maria O. MarottiPart I: Canon Formation/Canon RevisionWomen Writers and the Canon in Contemporary Italy/JoAnn CannonFrom One Closet to Another? Feminism, Literary Archaeology, and the Canon/Beverly AllenItalian "Difference Theory": A New Canon?/Renate HolubPart II: Renaissance Women: Rethinking the CanonRenaissance Women Defending Women: Arguments Against Patriarchy/Constance JordanSelling the Self, or the Epistolary Production of Renaissance Courtesans/Fiora A. BassanesePart III: At the Turn of the Century: Women Writers at the Margins of the CanonDouble Marginality: Matilde Serao and the Politics of Ambiguity/Nancy HarrowitzThe Diaries of Sibilla Aleramo: Constructing Female Subjectivity/Bernadette LucianoNarrative Voice and the Regional Experience: Redefining Female Images in the Works of Maria Messina/Elise MagistroPart IV: Contemporary Women Writers: Toward a New CanonBrushing Benjamin Against the Grain: Elsa Morante and the "Jetzeit" of Marginal History/Maurizia BoscagliFrom Genealogy to Gynealogy and Beyond: Fausta Cialente's Le Quattro Ragazze Wieselberger/Graziella ParatiEthnic Matriarchy: Fabrizia Ramondino's Neapolitan World/Maria Ornella MarottiMythic Revisionism: Women Poets and Philosophers in Italy Today/Lucia RePart V: Women as Filmmakers: Images of Women/Images by Women/Images for WomenMonica Vitti: The Image and the Word/Marga Cottino-JonesSignifying the Holocaust: Liliana Cavani's Portiere di notte/Marguerite WallerMaria Ornella Marotti is a lecturer in Italian at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She is the author of The Duplicating Imagination: Twain and the Twain Papers (Penn State, 1990).
Maria Ornella Marotti is a lecturer in Italian at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She is the author of The Duplicating Imagination: Twain and the Twain Papers (Penn State, 1990). Maria Ornella Marotti is a lecturer in Italian at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She is the author of The Duplicating Imagination: ...
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Title:Italian Women Writers from the Renaissance to the Present: Revising the CanonFormat:PaperbackDimensions:296 pages, 9.02 × 6.06 × 0.74 inPublished:March 17, 2004Publisher:Penn State University PressLanguage:English

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Contents

Introduction

Revising the Canon: Italian Women Writers/Maria O. Marotti

Part I: Canon Formation/Canon Revision

1. Women Writers and the Canon in Contemporary Italy/JoAnn Cannon

2. From One Closet to Another? Feminism, Literary Archaeology, and the Canon/Beverly Allen

3. Italian "Difference Theory": A New Canon?/Renate Holub

Part II: Renaissance Women: Rethinking the Canon

4. Renaissance Women Defending Women: Arguments Against Patriarchy/Constance Jordan

5. Selling the Self, or the Epistolary Production of Renaissance Courtesans/Fiora A. Bassanese

Part III: At the Turn of the Century: Women Writers at the Margins of the Canon

6. Double Marginality: Matilde Serao and the Politics of Ambiguity/Nancy Harrowitz

7. The Diaries of Sibilla Aleramo: Constructing Female Subjectivity/Bernadette Luciano

8. Narrative Voice and the Regional Experience: Redefining Female Images in the Works of Maria Messina/Elise Magistro

Part IV: Contemporary Women Writers: Toward a New Canon

9. Brushing Benjamin Against the Grain: Elsa Morante and the Jetzeit of Marginal History/Maurizia Boscagli

10. From Genealogy to Gynealogy and Beyond: Fausta Cialente's Le Quattro Ragazze Wieselberger/Graziella Parati

11. Ethnic Matriarchy: Fabrizia Ramondino's Neapolitan World/Maria Ornella Marotti

12. Mythic Revisionism: Women Poets and Philosophers in Italy Today/Lucia Re

Part V: Women as Filmmakers: Images of Women/Images by Women/Images for Women

13. Monica Vitti: The Image and the Word/Marga Cottino-Jones

14. Signifying the Holocaust: Liliana Cavani's Portiere di notte/Marguerite Waller

Editorial Reviews

“This collection is a good and discriminating introduction to the bibliography on women writers. It is well researched and argued with intelligence. It will be undoubtedly useful in undergraduate and graduate courses to give students a wider view of Italian literature and culture.”

—Stefania Buccini, University of Wisconsin-Madison