Plotting women : gender and narration in the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British novel /
"Alison A. Case identifies a convention of "feminine narration" characterized by the exclusion of the female narrator from shaping her experience into a coherent, meaningful, and authoritative story. Instead, male narrator steps in to shape the narrative either within the text or in a...
|Published:||Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1999.|
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Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Location: Dewey Books, Basement
823.009352042 C337p 1999
|Copy 1||Renewed – Due: 11-27-2019|