Citation: Ceri Louise, Davies, and Ceri Louise Davies. The Breakdown of Gender Binaries: Writing Genders in Contemporary Fiction. 2008. PhD Thesis. Swansea University. Wales. Accessed 01/09/2021: ttps://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa42319 “In Gender Trouble, Judith Butler asked, “[i]s the breakdown of gender binaries … so monstrous, so frightening, that it must be held to be definitionally impossible and heuristicallyContinue reading “The Breakdown of Gender Binaries: Writing Genders in Contemporary Fiction”
A Literary Review of scholarly articles, theses and books on the topic of Androgyny and literature.
Agender: Relating to, or being a person who has an internal sense of being neither male nor female nor some combination of male and female : of, relating to, or being a person whose gender identity is genderless or neutral. In the print version of the OED of 1997, the word doesn’t exist. However, the online OED of 2020 defines itContinue reading “Glossary”