제목 : The Poetic Ordeal:Figuring Experience in Angela Carter’sThe Passion of New Eve
- 저자 : Emilie Severino-Jerv     - 조회수 : 677  - Download : 15
- 참 조 : 영미문학페미니즘 제22권 3호(2014)  
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This paper undertakes a critical analysis of Angela Carter’s
The Passion of New Eve (1977). It focuses on the textual
representations of sexed experience and connects this with the
narrative form of the novel. Carter’s novel produces a textuality of
experience in articulation with sexual and subjective
transformation. Teresa de Lauretis’s concept of experience
provides ways into an understanding of the transformations that
take place in Carter’s novel. I also use de Lauretis’s concept of a
critical “elsewhere” to inform the question of experience as it
emerges in Carter’s text. I suggest that experience is creative and
destructive, shaping the layered perspectives of the narrative.
Carter writes towards the possibility of other sorts of relations
and difference—sexual, perspectival, and subjective—and she takes
the reader along to experience an opening of conclusions.
Key Words: Angela Carter, The Passion of New Eve, experience,
narrative, sex, gender, transformation



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