Rewriting Language: How Literary Texts Can Promote Inclusive Language Use by Christiane Luck (2020)

Authors

  • Donna L. Lillian Appalachian State University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/genl.42098

Keywords:

Inclusive Language, Epicene Pronouns, Feminist Literature

Abstract

Rewriting Language: How Literary Texts Can Promote Inclusive Language Use Christiane Luck (2020) London: UCL Press, 204 pp.

Author Biography

Donna L. Lillian, Appalachian State University

Donna L. Lillian, Associate Professor, Department of English, Appalachian State University; President, Canadian Society for the Study of Names.

References

Arnold, June (1973) The Cook and the Carpenter: A Novel by the Carpenter. Plainfield, VT: Daughters.

Brantenberg, Gerd (1977) Egalias døtre: En roman [The Daughters of Egalia: A Novel]. Oslo: Pax Forlag.

Le Guin, Ursula K. (1969) The Left Hand of Darkness. London: Futura.

Livia, Anna (2001) Pronoun Envy: Literary Uses of Linguistic Gender. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Piercy, Marge (1976) Woman on the Edge of Time. London: Women’s Press.

Stefan, Verena (1975) Häutungen [Shedding]. Frankfurt am Main: Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag.

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Published

2020-09-02

How to Cite

Lillian, D. L. (2020). Rewriting Language: How Literary Texts Can Promote Inclusive Language Use by Christiane Luck (2020). Gender and Language, 14(3), 1–3. https://doi.org/10.1558/genl.42098