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Thurman, J. (2002). The Handmaiden's Tale. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 3(3):309-320.

(2002). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 3(3):309-320

The Handmaiden's Tale

Judith Thurman

The author reflects on her career as a critic and biographer, paying particular attention to the psychic underpinnings of writing. Contemplating her identifications and disidentifications with her subjects and her mother, the author considers the workings of mediation, failure, insecurity, repair, separation, regression, and rebirth through the act and art of writing.

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