E–pub/E–book (Dead Women Talking)

Brian Norman uncovers a curious phenomenon in American literature dead women who nonetheless talk These characters appear in works by such classic American writers as Poe Dickinson and Faulkner as well as in recent works by Alice Walker Toni Morrison Tony Kushner and others These figures are also emerging in contemporary culture from the film and best selling novel The Lovely Bones to the hit television drama

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E–pub/E–book (Dead Women Talking)

R precisely as hosts but rather as something potentially disrupting posthumous citizens The community must ask itself whether it can or should recognize such a character as one of its own The prospect of posthumous citizenship bears important implications for debates over the legal rights of the dead social histories of burial customs and famous cadavers and the political theory of citizenship and social death.

Esperate Housewives Dead Women Talking demonstrates that the dead especially women have been speaking out in American literature since well before it was fashionable Norman argues that they voice concerns that a community may wish to consign to the past raising uestions about ender violence sexuality class racial injustice and national identity When these women insert themselves into the story they do not ente.

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