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Feministing Reads: Christina Crosby’s A Body, Undone

I should begin as the author does, with the accident: “On October 1, 2003, I caught a branch in the spokes of the front wheel of my bicycle, and hurtled toward the pavement.”

I should begin as the author does, with the accident: “On October 1, 2003, I caught a branch in the spokes of the front wheel of my bicycle, and hurtled toward the pavement.”

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Feministing Reads: Idra Novey’s Ways to Disappear

The “death of the author” has long been the subject of endless debate—at least in circles run by literary critics. Whether or not the author is actually dead, the debate goes, should the author’s original intent matter to a critic’s interpretation?

The “death of the author” has long been the subject of endless debate—at least in circles run by literary critics. Whether or not the author is actually dead, the debate goes, should the author’s original intent matter ...

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