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Powerful writing as writing ‘with’

Towards powerful queer-feminist academic writing

Whether physical, political, or intellectual, power is usually seen as a male[1], or masculine attribute. Although – unsurprisingly – hardly present in the canon of writers (and clearly less represented in the list of Nobel prize winners), great female writers have left their footprint on generations of readers. Some of these authors are labeled as feminists, whether in fiction or nonfiction, starting as far back as Christine de Pisan in medieval times.

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