Invisible Ink: A Daughter's Memoir of An Absent Father / Unravelling Women's Writing: Hearing Their Voices Against Patriarchal Influence
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My thesis comprises a creative work: Invisible Ink: A Daughter’s Memoir of An Absent Father — and exegesis — Unravelling Women’s Writing: Hearing Their Voices Against Patriarchal Influence. Invisible Ink unfolds from early memories of myself as the child Mags, interconnected with my mostly absent father, and from the emerging voice of Margaret, a woman in her late sixties. The exegesis investigates the embodiment of Hélène Cixous’s l’écriture féminine that dissipates patriarchal language in women’s memoirs about their author fathers.
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