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What do women want?: Reading Grace Paley after #TimesUp

What do women want?: Reading Grace Paley after #TimesUp
What do women want?: Reading Grace Paley after #TimesUp
In the #TimesUp era, this essay revisits Grace Paley's short story 'Wants' (1974) and considers its representation of time and desire and styles of conversation alongside other forms of engagement as a former wife and husband bump into each other and look back over their history, their marriage and what they each believe caused its breakdown.
Women, Men, Grace Paley, Wanting, Time, Endings, Conversation, Feminism, Predators, Edith Wharton, Trump, Psychoanalysis
243-253
Baum, Devorah
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Baum, Devorah
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Baum, Devorah (2018) What do women want?: Reading Grace Paley after #TimesUp. Granta Magazine, Summer 2018 (144), 243-253.

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In the #TimesUp era, this essay revisits Grace Paley's short story 'Wants' (1974) and considers its representation of time and desire and styles of conversation alongside other forms of engagement as a former wife and husband bump into each other and look back over their history, their marriage and what they each believe caused its breakdown.

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Published date: 9 August 2018
Keywords: Women, Men, Grace Paley, Wanting, Time, Endings, Conversation, Feminism, Predators, Edith Wharton, Trump, Psychoanalysis

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/424764
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Date deposited: 05 Oct 2018 11:44
Last modified: 05 Oct 2018 11:44

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