|Subject||Re: Outline on Kristeva|
|Posted by||Grace Wen|
|Posted on||Fri Jun 9 01:15:31 2000|
|In Reply to||Re: Outline on Kristeva|
Responding to Lily¡¦s idea, I would like to say more about the masculine and feminine in the language. Actually, in Kristeva¡¦s Revolution of the Poetic Language, the examples Kristeva gives us are all the male writers. So it is dangerous to say language is the tool for men¡¦s speech and semiotic is the way that women speak. In the chora, there is no difference between so-called ¡§male and female¡¨ and between ¡§ man and woman.¡¨ In it, the part to speak out is the masculine part and the rest belongs to feminine. Therefore, in language, masculine and feminine are parts of it. They are not two kinds of language.
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