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Feminist Messages : CODING IN WOMEN'S FOLK CULTURE - Joan Newlon Radner

Feminist Messages

CODING IN WOMEN'S FOLK CULTURE

By: Joan Newlon Radner (Editor)

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Explores the nature and complexity of women's coded acts. The volume focuses chiefly on North America and on women's folklore in areas ranging from mothering, housework, crafts and healing to music, ballads, and storytelling.

Preface
Acknowledgments
Strategies of Coding in Women's Culturesp. 1
Women in the Patriarchal Householdp. 31
Burning Dinners: Feminist Subversions of Domesticityp. 36
Wishful Willful Wily Women: Verbal Strategies for Female Success in the Child Balladsp. 54
Women Togetherp. 75
Mothers' Double Talkp. 80
"She Really Wanted to Be Her Own Woman": Scandalous Sunbonnet Suep. 98
"Awful Real": Dolls and Development in Rangeley, Mainep. 126
Women in the Larger Communityp. 155
More in Anger than in Sorrow: Irish Women's Lament Poetryp. 160
"How They Knew": Women's Talk about Healing on Kodiak Island, Alaskap. 183
"We're More than a Novelty, Boys": Strategies of Female Rappers in the Rap Music Traditionp. 203
"At Home, No Womens Are Storytellers": Potteries, Stories, and Politics in Cochiti Pueblop. 221
Women Interpreting the Stories They Tellp. 249
The Powers of the Handless Maidenp. 252
Burning Brightly: New Light from an Old Talep. 289
Notes on the Contributorsp. 307
Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780252062674
ISBN-10: 0252062671
Series: Publications of the American Folklore Society. New Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 328
Published: 1st March 1993
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 2.36
Weight (kg): 0.47