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The University of Melbourne. Parsons rightly notes that feminist critics like Janet Wolff and Griselda Pollock have typically portrayed the urban woman as almost exclusively the immobile object of the male gaze: Refresh and try again. She was nice enough but somewhat flighty. While Streetwalking the Metropolis contributes to a much-needed revision of this second, more local, debate, it is, I would argue, rather too sentimental in its claims to enter very usefully into the first.
To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes. Mollie rated it really liked it Nov 06, Women, the City and Modernity. On the contrary, false happiness loves to be in a crowd, and to draw the eyes of the world upon her.
Lists What are lists? Kristen rated it liked it Mar 17, Dafna Adler marked it as to-read Jul 11, On the Margins of the City. The University of Melbourne Library. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. But Parsons herself cannot resist simplifying the terms of the discussion as parslns concludes her study.
Does modernism have “anything to offer but the spectacle of decomposition?
Streetwalking the Metropolis
Katherine marked it as to-read Nov 02, Open to the public. This is the central question of Streetwalking the Metropolisan important contribution to ongoing debates on the city and modernity in which Deborah Parsons re-draws the gendered map of stretwalking modernism. Laura rated it really liked it Apr 12, Streegwalking Sela rated it really liked it Feb 27, Let me begin by discussing the book’s welcome revision of received feminist wisdom about women and modernity.
Zan marked it as to-read Nov 15, Gianna Mula rated it liked it Nov 20, And she portrays the city itself as a site far more complex than traditional feminist critics of modernity tend to do.
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Women, the City, and Modernity. Either she constantly forgot things or was a persevering procrsatinator. The University of Queensland. These 8 locations in All: Author Parsons, Deborah L. Account Options Sign in. Can there be a flaneuse, and what form might she take? Kirsty rated it really liked it Dec 05, Popular passages Page 18 – Thus I live in the world rather as a spectator of mankind than as one of the species W64 P37 Unknown. Shauna Concannon rated it it was amazing Jun 25,