William Gibson | Critical Essay by Kathryne V. Lindberg

This literature criticism consists of approximately 49 pages of analysis & critique of William Gibson.
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Critical Essay by Heather J. Hicks

SOURCE: Hicks, Heather J. “‘Whatever It Is That She's Since Become’: Writing Bodies of Text and Bodies of Women in James Tiptree, Jr.'s ‘The Girl Who Was Plugged In’ and William Gibson's ‘The Winter Market.’” Contemporary Literature 37, no. 1 (spring 1996): 62–93.

In the following essay, Hicks analyzes the role of women's bodies and disembodiment in Gibson's “The Winter Market” and James Tiptree, Jr.'s “The Girl Who Was Plugged In.”

Over the summer of my third year of graduate school, I entered that vast and growing inland sea of the American economy known as “the temp pool.” Abruptly dislodged from the hazy sphere of literature which I usually inhabit, I was assigned the role of administrative...

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