Feminism and the Figure of the Fembot (Part 6.2 of 7)

VI. Phyllis, Ellery, and Landon: The Transgression/Failure of the Fembot However, in Landon’s reading of Adventures of the Artificial Woman, the critic believes the subversion comes not from Phyllis’ status as a machine performing femininity, or even as a machine developing its own consciousness, but from her rejection of the male authority of her maker.Continue reading “Feminism and the Figure of the Fembot (Part 6.2 of 7)”