Title

Feminist Criticism and Marilyn French: With Such Friends, Who Needs Enemies?

Document Type

Book Review

Department

English (Scripps)

Publication Date

Winter 1983

Disciplines

English Language and Literature | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Gender and Sexuality | Women's Studies

Abstract

The subject of this book, Shakespeare's conception of gender, is fascinating. Its approach, a feminist perspective on a major writer viewed as representative of his culture, is significant. Yet the book disappoints: even for a reader in sympathy with its aims and its approach, Shakespeare's Division of Experience is a dreary ordeal, a study which falls far short of fulfilling the high claims the author makes for it.

Rights Information

© 1983 Folger Shakespeare Library

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