that not to classics of but to work literature, Zandy pays just working-class by and film makers whose skillful writers, artists, documentary photographers, life have been in both the articulations of working-class long marginalized and in academic For in her of the &dquo;fire larger public study. example, analysis from the 1911 fire at the Shirtwaist that poetry&dquo; emerging Triangle Company she about the claimed the lives of 146 workers, convincingly positions writing fire as a to claim while still way working-class subjectivity offering compelling of how other artists recover cultural as for their examples history subjects work. Her final On extends her section, Bodies,&dquo; &dquo;Technologies: Laboring of how it is within such discussion the laboring body by asking positioned wider as and systems imprisonment production. In addition to her the culture larger project of (re)envisioning complex of workers and the that their labor and literature responses elicits, Zandy also delineates what she believes makes a text In she so, working-class. doing takes on the task of some of the of what complicated outlining parameters an to these texts entail and what some of the forces approach studying might that influence a text be. is able to success- working-class might
Labor Studies Journal – SAGE
Published: Sep 1, 2005
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