Jun 06, 2020
Marked Body: Domestic Violence in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Literature
Posted by Kate Lawson Lynn Shakinovsky

The ambiguities and paradoxes of domestic violence were amplified in Victorian culture, which emphasized the home as a woman s place of security In The Marked Body, Kate Lawson and Lynn Shakinovsky examine the discarded and violated bodies of middle class women in selected texts of mid nineteenth century fiction and poetry Guided by observations from feminism, psychoanalThe ambiguities and paradoxes of domestic violence were amplified in Victorian culture, which emphasized the home as a woman s place of security In The Marked Body, Kate Lawson and Lynn Shakinovsky examine the discarded and violated bodies of middle class women in selected texts of mid nineteenth century fiction and poetry Guided by observations from feminism, psychoanalysis, and trauma theory, they argue that, in these works, domestic violence is a crucible in which the female body is placed, where it becomes marked by scars and disfigurement Yet, they contend, these wounds go beyond violence to bring these women to a broader state of female subjectivity, sexuality, and consciousness The female body, already the site of alterity, is inscribed with something that cannot be expressed it thus becomes that which is culturally and physically denied, the place which is not.

  • Title: Marked Body: Domestic Violence in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Literature
  • Author: Kate Lawson Lynn Shakinovsky
  • ISBN: 9780791453766
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
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    Suzanne

    This is a really good book. I'm only starting it but I am excited at the connections it's making between the romance genre and the unconscious; violence and literature; how we read images/marks. Ok, so it wasn't so great. Again, what is with the whole essay thing? It's like they picked these random stories.emic you-know-what. Grrr.



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