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Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-179) and index.
|LC Classifications||PS374.A24 W55 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 183 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||89020595|
Download Abortion, choice, and contemporary fiction
In recent years, public debate has raged over the issue of maternal choice. While personal testimony and political argument have received widespread attention, artistic representations of birth and abortion have been submerged.
Judith Wilt offers the first look at how contemporary writers tell and retell the stories that shape our perceptions about abortion. She reveals that the struggle to. In recent years, public debate has raged over the issue of maternal choice.
While personal testimony and political argument have received widespread attention, artistic representations of birth and abortion have been submerged. Judith Wilt offers the first look at how contemporary writers tell and retell the stories that shape our perceptions about abortion.
Get this from a library. Abortion, choice, and contemporary fiction: the armageddon of the maternal instinct. [Judith Wilt] -- Publisher description: In recent years, public debate has raged over the issue of maternal choice.
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The Unaborted Socrates: The Dramatic Debate on Issues Surrounding Abortion Peter Kreeft pages () The greatest questioner of all-time returns to contemporary society to interrogate abortion debaters. Judith Wilt offers the first look at how contemporary writers tell and retell the stories that shape our perceptions about abortion.
She reveals that the struggle to plot these painful, complex narratives of choice, control, guilt, loss, and liberation has preoccupied an astonishing number of our most distinguished novelists, male and female alike. “Katha Pollitt's brilliant new book, Pro: Reclaiming Abortion Rights, arrives like an urgent letter as rights are fast Pollitt's characteristic wit and logic, Pro marshals science, history, medicine, religion, statistics and stories of real women's lives--with all the ‘tangled secret misfortunes' of families--to make a myth-busting argument that abortion is a social good/5(89).
The first time I encountered mostly guilt-free abortion in fiction – paired with the repressive attitude in Ireland – was in Maeve Binchy’s debut novel, Light a Penny Candle, from Author: Claire Hennessy.
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Contemporary Jewish Fiction on Abortion: Ethical Considerations from Various Responsa and their Absence in Recent Jewish-American Fiction Jeff Koloze* ABSTRACT: This paper collates several major ethical considerations from responsa concerning abortion as pronounced by rabbinic authorities from various branches of : Jeff Culture & Conversation Abortion.
In New Book, A Pro-Choice Author Who Says Abortion’s Legality Is Beside the Point. pm Eleanor J. Bader. It's a strange opinion from an attorney and law professor. Because we know what happens when abortion is banned or : Cynthia Greenlee.
In telling these usually untold stories, Brit Bennett’s novel The Mothers is a rare example of an abortion story in contemporary fiction that does what fiction does best — capture a wide. Abortion, Choice, and Contemporary Fiction: The Armageddon of the Maternal Instinct: ISBN () Hardcover, University of Chicago Press, Behind Her Times: Transition England in the Novels of Mary Arnold Ward (Victorian Literature and Culture Series).
What many in the technologically-saturated contemporary culture may not realize is that the traditional literary forms - books and other publications - still have a powerful influence on the culture.
This paper argues a more radical and specific position regarding the connection between reading tastes and political opinion. The effect of contemporary literature on Americans' positions on a. From the New York Times bestselling author of Redeeming Love and The Masterpiece―and “one of [Christian fiction’s] most honored and talented writers” (Library Journal)―comes a heart-wrenching but uplifting story about a highly controversial topic.
Dynah Carey knew where her life was headed. Engaged to a wonderful man, the daughter of doting parents, a faithful child of God―she has /5(K). Abortion in YA has been talked about for many years, with many believing it’s sort of the “last taboo” in this category. I disagree, primarily because YA fiction, when done effectively, isn’t about presenting a single problem or issue and letting the story be dictated by that.
Janet Fraser (31 January –7 March ) was a New Zealand community leader. She was born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland on 31 January [All the evidence brought before the Committee indicates that abortion is exceedingly frequent in New Zealand. The Abortion is a genre novel parody concerning the librarian of a very unusual California library which accepts books in any form and from anyone who wishes to drop one off at the library—children submit tales told in crayon about their toys; teenagers tell tales of angst and old people drop by with their memoirs—described as "the unwanted Author: Richard Brautigan.
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A landmark literary anthology of poems, stories, and essays, Choice Words collects essential voices that renew our courage in the struggle to defend reproductive rights. Twenty years in the making, the book spans continents and centuries.
This collection magnifies the voices of people reclaiming the sole authorship of their abortion experiences. But none of this reflects the reality of women’s lives.
Over half of all abortions in the US are obtained by women who are married or cohabitating. For many women, abortion is an active choice, not a forced one.
And far from being opposed to mothering and family, abortion is for many women the best way, in the face of an unexpected pregnancy, to manage family responsibilities. Rebecca Todd Peters’s new book is titled Trust Women: A Progressive Christian Argument for Reproductive Justice. Yet she totally dismisses the arguments and decisions of pro-life women.
Perhaps a better title would have been “trust pro-choice women to make pro-choice decisions.”. See M. Muldoon, The Abortion Debate in the United States and Canada: A Source Book (); J. Riddle, Contraception and Abortion from the Ancient World to the Renaissance (); Boston Women's Health Book Collective, Our Bodies, Ourselves for the New Century (); J.
Risen and J. Thomas, Wrath of Angels (). Pages in category "Novels about abortion" The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
The Paperback of the The Ethics of Abortion: Pro-Life vs Pro-Choice (Contemporary Issues Series) by Robert M. Baird at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Pages: Contemporary Jewish Fiction on Abortion:Ethical Considerations of Abortionfrom Various Responsa and Their Absencein Recent Jewish-American FictionPowerPoint to Accompany Paper Presentationat Life and Learning XXIAnnual Conference of University Faculty for LifeJeff Koloze, Research FellowUniversity of Phoenix, Columbus, Ohio Campus** For identification purposes only; does not.
On the worldwide scale, the abortion rate (the number of abortions per 1, women aged ) can range from a low of in the Netherlands, to a high of in Cuba.
The U.S. abortion rate iscomparable to other developed nations, such as an rate in Sweden and a rate in Australia. JENNIFER BAUMGARDNER is the publisher and executive director of the Feminist Press. She is coauthor of Manifesta and Grassroots, two best-selling contemporary feminist classics, as well as We Do!:American Leaders Who Believe in Marriage Equality; and author of Look Both Ways: Bisexual Politics, Abortion & Life, and F’em!.
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Since this happens very early on in the book, we get to see Sophie and Neil deal with the immediate physical aftermath, discuss what birth control methods they. Abortion is at once a moral, medical, legal, sociological, philosophical, demographic and psychological problem, not readily amenable to one-dimensional thinking My aim is to write a calm book, trying to bring out the full complexity of the problem."" Callahan's aim is most creditably accomplished in this hefty, conscientious, and well-crafted study of abortion as theoretical issue and.
The best abortion debate is in books Finally, there's Cider House Rules - John Irving's "abortion book" which, throughout its pages, takes on the abortion debate via the arguments of.
Haymarket Books, publisher of Choice Words, is the visionary, progressive publisher of such leading writers as Naomi Klein, Arundhati Roy, Angela Davis, Rebecca Solnit, Noam Chomsky, and Howard ket is a publisher uniquely suited to make sure this book gets into the hands of those who can most benefit from its wisdom and passion.
The Science Fiction Case against Abortion. The Bible did not change my mind on abortion. Neither did any inspirational book, religious tract, nor any political argument voiced by the Religious Right. The book which changed my mind was a work of science fiction.
When Michael Griffin, an anti-abortion activist, allegedly shot and killed Dr. David Gunn, an abortion provider, at a clinic in Pensacola, Florida, on Maone could only wonder what acts of violence might be next on the activists' agenda, and what kind of moral or religious integrity could endorse killing to achieve its ends.
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Too Real for Fiction: Abortion Themes in YA Literature Denise C. Banker Our society, while purporting a need for cohesion, tolerance, and equality, is evolving into a fragmented, special-interest society where whole groups of people are displaced, fought over, disillusioned, exploited, and disrespected.
In Beating Hearts: Abortion and Animal Rights, Sherry F. Colb and Michael C. Dorf, two Cornell Law professors, rationalize their simultaneous support for animal rights and opposition to the rights of unborn authors, a man and a woman who live with their “two human daughters” and three “adopted” dogs, are decidedly pro-choice.
They are also active members of the animal rights. "The Choice shows the struggles of unplanned pregnancy and the courageous act of adoption in a way that I haven't read before" —Abby Brannam-Johnson, former Planned Parenthood Director and author of Unplanned "Whitlow captures the struggle of many women trapped in the battle over abortion in a truly sympathetic and affecting way /5(38).
“In her book Abortion & Life Jennifer Baumgardner not only brings women's experiences and voices to the fore, she provides fresh insight about how the issues around abortion rights are changing and why one can be feminist, pro-choice, and pro-life.” —Marcia Ann Gillespie, coauthor of Maya Angelou: A Glorious Celebration.
The novel exhaustively examines two families destroyed by an abortion doctor’s murder — the victim’s and the killer’s. With chillingly detailed psychological portraits, the book reads more like nonfiction than fiction.
The murderer is Luther Dunphy, who not only kills Dr. Augustus Voorhees, but his bodyguard as well.Feminism and Abortion. Pro-choice arguments, the author says, reflect the ambitions, hypocrisies, and contradictions of contemporary feminism to justify the absolute right to abortion.
Brit Bennett on writing about abortion: 'People visibly get uncomfortable' Michelle Dean The debut novelist opens her book The Mothers with an abortion scene, and it .