Then we must add the novel's thematic concern with fatherly men who are paired with daughterly
Chapters 4 and 5 reveal some of the source of that daughterly
discomfort as Guenther, borrowing from Kristeva and Irigaray for her efforts, aims some arrows at the less welcoming, more patriarchal parts of Levinas' ethical gifts.
I wrapped it in a pillow case, along with daughterly
and good intentions and put it in a drawer.
Having been given up, then reclaimed, then asked to pony up a modicum of daughterly
care, she withdraws.
It was somewhat of a miracle, this death and rebirth, because I guess I hadn't always done the daughterly
Polonius seems gratified that she has chosen daughterly
submission, for he boasts that she has "in obedience" handed over Hamlet's letter and "given to mine ear" the story of Hamlet's other "solicitings" (2.
According to Rody, in positing history within a "symbolic structure of daughterly
engagement with the maternal past," these works signify the arrival of a new type of historical novel authored by women who, through the very act of writing, define themselves as the legitimate heirs (and perhaps even arbiters) of group history.