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Marina DelVecchio is the author of The Prostitute's Daughter, a memoir in which she shows how she has used literature to combat a life of abuse and poverty. She blogs about female agency and the necessary empowerment of our daughters at http://marinagraphy.com. Her work can be found at the Huffington Post, The New Agenda, the WM Parenting Connection, and BlogHer. She teaches writing and literature on the college level.
Marina DelVecchio explores how playwright Paula Vogel applies the object/subject binary of women's otherness to her work "How I Le...
Marina DelVecchio examines feminist Adrienne Rich's "Politics of Location," a necessary step of awareness required of all women at...
Marina DelVecchio discusses Eudora Welty's short narrative, "One Writer's Beginnings" (Warner Books, 1983), which remained on the ...
Marina DelVecchio examines the ways in which Ashley Judd's 2011 memoir, 'All That is Bitter and Sweet,' is a feminist text. Marina...
Marina DelVecchio describes the agency and independence Frances Mayes develops in her cooking memoir 'Under the Tuscan Sun'. Marin...
Marina DelVecchio discusses the empowerment and agency that cooking through Julia Child's 'Mastering the Art of French Cooking' ha...
Marina DelVecchio discusses the feminist and empowered elements of womanhood portrayed in Elizabeth Gilbert's "Eat, Pray, Love." M...
Marina DelVecchio discusses Julia Child's memoir as a feminist text, for she claims that Julia Child's "years in Paris taught her ...
Marina DelVecchio discusses the 1998 National Book Award recipient "Le Divorce" by Diane Johnson. In her review of this book, Mari...
Marina DelVecchio discusses the beautifully crafted novel by Tracy Chevalier, Girl with a Pearl Earring, which depicts the three y...
Marina DelVecchio discusses the "angel in the house," as is presented by Virgina Woolf in her famous novel To the Lighthouse. Mari...
Marina DelVecchio discusses the introduction of Susan Faludi's 'Backlash,' "Blame it on Feminism," which discusses the ways with w...
Marina DelVecchio discusses the pressure that is applied to mothers, and how patriarchy functions to devalue her place while it in...
Marina DelVecchio discusses the candid love letters that Simone De Beauvoir wrote to her lover Jean-Paul Sartre during the years o...