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Feminist Literary Criticsm and the Black Sisters

The idea for this essay cropped up suddenly in my Literary Criticism class where my "incessant scribbling" irritated my professor. Supposedly, I was ignoring her lecture in favor of "mere personal writing whims." Yup, she used alliteration on me. But, back to the subject at hand. Herein I am attempting to deconstruct the three Black sisters by using the rules of the Feminist School of literary criticsm. I will apologize for the length now because I may forget later. :) Read more...Collapse )
Tags: characters:black family:andromeda, characters:black family:bellatrix, characters:malfoy family:narcissa, other topics:literary theory, wizarding world:women
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