Generally, subjectivity in the essay is often talked about in creative nonfiction scholarship (and in essays) as the writer qvoicedq on the page. This concept of subjectivity, which I analyze in Chapter 1, is articulated in terms of an essential self that is stripped of any limiting or oppressive social influences and is transparently reflected through language.more specifically, an interest in studentsa#39; empowerment, which as Ia#39;ve stated earlier, hinges on the concept of agency. Of course, essayists have the very same interest. I, as an essayist, admittedly come at my own empowerment, my ownanbsp;...
|Title||:||Subjectivity in the Essay: The Capacity to be a Subject and the (im)possible Relationships Between Writer and Text|
|Author||:||Sarah Tredway Allen|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|