This paper discusses how educators may teach and interpret literary fiction in ways which challenge stereotypes embedded within social categories like "Jew," "female," "homosexual," etc.
|Keywords:||Literature, Social categories|
Aynah Askanas, J.D., obtained her BA in English Literature from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1982. She then attended University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law and has been a practicing attorney for 14 years, in the field of health care law. While a practising attorney, she published numerous books and manuals on health care law. Recently, she decided to return to the field of English literature in order to become an English Literature professor. She is now obtaining her MA in English and American Literature from Mills College, Oakland, California.
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