One of the most innovative examples of the use of fantastic forms
in recent feminist fiction is the work of East German author
Irmtraud Morgner. Little-known outside German-speaking countries,
her unique blend of fantastic realism testifies both to the
subversive nature of a literature of fantasy and the transgressive
power of a feminist writing practice. This book looks at the way
Morgner uses fantasy both as a form of feminist critique of the
history of partiarchy and as an anticipatory device to test the
viability of feminist alternatives.
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