Barnes, Loy and Stein pre-exist this present study as modernist figures as well as embodied subjects who inhabited and wrote within the first half of the twentieth century. As I am seeking to launch new ways of considering their work, this pre-existence needs to be taken into account in an act of dialogue but also in a critical enterprise to draw new lines of meaning-production and theoretical relation; that is, articulations.
Short Story Parturient Woman Modern Subject Woman Suffrage Present Participle
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