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By Henri Godard

« Céline est un grand écrivain, mais ce n'est pas un écrivain comme les autres. Il m'arrive aujourd'hui encore, en lisant un des "contre-Céline" qui se publient périodiquement, de me demander remark j'ai pu consacrer tant d'années à éditer et à explorer l'œuvre d'un auteur aussi controversé et, en effet, aussi problématique... »

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Male-dominated) literary history we had studied in school gave (and still gives) the nineteenth century additional resonance. As recently as 1990, Susan and I were arguing on the page and at the podium that female literary history, as it emerges not just in The Madwoman but in our later Norton Anthology of Literature by Women, is shaped very differently from male literary history-that, more specifically, the strategy of periodization through which scholars Introduction xxtx routinely struggle to make sense of fluctuations in what used to be called the zeitgeist results in very different chronological patternings for differently gendered authors.

The moral nature of women, in its finest and richest development, partakes of some of the qualities of genius; it assumes, at least, the similitude of that which in men is the characteristic or accompaniment of the highest grade of mental inspiration. " ... [I talics oursj-" 10 Toward a FeministPoetics Since Griswold has actually compiled a collection of poems by women, he plainly does not believe that all women lack reproductive or generative literary power all the time. " The converse of these explicit and implicit definitions of "femininity" may also be true for those who develop literary theories based upon the "mystical estate" of fatherhood: if a woman lacks generative literary power, then a man who loses or abuses such power becomes like a eunuch-or like a woman.

For from Mary Wollstonecraft's articulation of the "Rights of Woman" to the abolitionist movement and the movements for national selfdetermination that fueled not only the European uprisings of 1848 but also-and of crucial importance for the history of women in this period-the feminist uprising that began that same year in Seneca Falls, New York, the revolution in whose dawn Wordsworth had thought it "bliss" to be alive, evolved into another dawning revolution, the morning of newly blossoming art that inspired Barrett Browning to name her heroine Aurora and that Emily Dickinson, perhaps in homage to.

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