Molly Blooms: a polylogue on "Penelope" and cultural studies
This is the first full-length critical study of Molly Bloom that attempts to bring her from the margin to the center of Ulysses. Twelve scholars, working from different points of view, look at 'Penelope' through the lenses of cultural studies: feminism, new historicism, popular culture, postmodernism, and postcolonialism. As a result, they produce a multiplicity of Molly Blooms and illuminate the many positions she occupies in Joyce's novel.
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Molly BloomsA Polylogue on Penelope
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