By: Cary Wolfe
252 pages, no illustrations
Through detailed readings of how discourses of race, sexuality, colonialism and animality interact in 20th-century American culture, Wolfe explores what it would mean, in theory and critical practice, to take seriously "the question of the animal".
Animal Rites offers exciting new readings of a rich variety of texts. This is an original and provocative work that will open up important new arenas of discussion in literary and cultural studies, as well as the discourse of animal rights. - N. Katherine Hayles, author of How We Became Posthuman
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