Imperialism at home : race and Victorian women's fiction /
|Published:||Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 1996.|
|Series:||Reading women writing
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction Race as a Metaphor
- 1. Black Rage and White Women: Charlotte Brontë's African Tales
- 2. Indian Ink: Colonialism and the Figurative Strategy of Jane Eyre
- 3. Your Father Was Emperor of China, and Your Mother an Indian Queen: Reverse Imperialism in Wuthering Heights
- 4. The Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life: The Costs of History's Progress in the Mill on the Floss
- 5. Safely to Their Own Borders: Proto-Zionism, Feminism, and Nationalism in Daniel Deronda
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