First person plural
Notes on voice and collaboration
in Writing otherwise
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Marianne Hirsch and Leo Spitzer use the occasion of a retrospective look at their recent co-authored book to think about writing, and especially the project of writing together. The fact of co-authorship turns out to facilitate an important aspect of their study of the history of Czernowitz before, during and since the Holocaust: namely, the ability to hear, and to present, the many different voices and perspectives of those implicated in that history. Here questions of poetics also open into questions of ethics and politics.

Writing otherwise

Experiments in cultural criticism

Editors: Jackie Stacey and Janet Wolff


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