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Personal or student reference I refer students to this publication for new research articles or for my work. Benefit library's collection Acquisition of this publication will benefit department, faculty and student needs. Affiliation I am a member of the publication's editorial board and strongly support the publication. Copy me to this . Authored by: Elizabeth Swanson Goldberg. Print publication date: August Online publication date: July And all of the stories finished, and-then-they-put-me-in-here.
In Little Bee , plot structures and character formations contribute to deeper understandings of human rights as law and human rights as culture, the ways in which both legal and cultural sites of rights talk and practice are gendered — as well as the limits of the novel of human rights when it comes to addressing such complexities.
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Gendering Human Rights and Their Violation