Women, Love, and Power by Elaine H. Baruch

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In this work, Elaine Baruch explores the different forms of love both past and present and particularly romantic love, and the ways these forms have given women power or deprived them of it. Utilizing both Freudian and non-Freudian psychoanalysis as well as feminist criticism, Baruch investigates literary works from the Middle Ages, the Romantic period, and the 19th and 20th centuries, and also presents her observations of recent cultural developments.
 

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Published June 1, 1991 by New York University Press. 288 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Literature & Fiction, Self Help. Non-fiction

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Serrano Associate Professor of French York College of CUNY Phyllis Grosskurth replies: Unfortunately it was not possible to deal with the vast number of new books on the subject, and I had to confine myself to the dozen or so books that seemed most worthy of attention.

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