"An exciting and ground-breaking work."ÂCarolyn Heilbrun, Columbia University
"Fast, funny, profound in its theoretical assertions, and deliciously irreverent in its asides. Male readers and critics will ignore it at their own peril."ÂJoyce Carol Oates
"Should be welcomed both by contemporary women readers and by anyone who has had the experience of modernism but wondered about its meanings."ÂChristine Froula, New York Times Book Review
"No Manâs Land will surely rewrite the history of modernism."ÂMaureen Corrigan, Village Voice
"No Manâs Land promises to be as crucial for our understanding of 20th-century literature as The Madwoman in the Attic has been for our understanding of 19th-century literature."ÂClare Hanson, Times Higher Education Supplement
About: In this three-volume landmark work, the authors of the classic The Madwoman in the Attic provide an overview of modern literature in England and America, bringing feminist theory to bear on writings by men as well as women.
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