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The invertebrates by Hyman L

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Toward the end of the story, the county attorney declines to scrutinize the things Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters have set aside to bring to Mrs. Foster in jail, remarking that "Mrs. Peters doesn't need supervising" because as a sheriffs wife, she is "married to the law" (385). His comment echoes his earlier remark, in answer to the sheriffs question of whether "'anything Mrs. Peters does'll be all right'": "'of course Mrs. Peters is one of us'" (376). What Mrs. " Destroying evidence to save Mrs. " Minnie Foster's crime is linked even more explicitly to compulsory heterosexuality.

The woman writer, they argue, "the daughter of too few mothers," could not afford such battles (although for her too they are part of creation). "26 Rather than replicate the male writers' battles by attempting to overthrow her female 30 The Politics of Recuperation precursors, the woman writer, Gilbert and Gubar argue, turns to other women as allies in a literary battle she wages not with them, but against her Oedipal fathers. The "female precursor ... "27 Where Bloom assumes that there must be a battle, and that recognition can take only a contestatory, negative form, Gilbert and Gubar seem to assume that, for women, there must be sisterhood and that recognition will always win out.

It affirms the importance of later, recuperative readers. It suggests that they are necessary and that the story, in every way, depends on them. But it also suggests that trying to tell silence's story may be a presumptuous, hazardous, even cruel endeavor. Why cruel? As soon as the reader rewrites the tale, it becomes her own. A story about her. About her own reading, her own life. An allegory, in short. In a sense, this gives the feminist reader a stake in the cultural silencing of women, the condition that makes her intervention necessary.

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