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En guise de réponse à la question qui fédère les essais rassemblés par Janet Todd sous le titre Gender and Literary Voice, « Is there a distinctive female style/tone/content ? », Joyce Carol Oates réplique : Content cannot make serious art. Good intentions cannot make serious art. "Characters with whom women identify" don't make serious art. [...] "Women" refers to a sociological, political, and biological phenomenon (or class, or function, or stereotype); "literature" refers to something thatfatcat:6ubtaay3qfe3xke5x3ynlzbcrm