Gendered interventions: narrative discourse in the Victorian novel
Creators:Warhol, Robyn R.
Subjects (LCSH):English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism
Feminism and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century
Women and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century
Authors and readers -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century
Direct discourse in literature
Point of view (Literature)
Sex role in literature
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Publisher:Rutgers University Press
(print) xvii, 246 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Preface, vii -- Acknowledgments, xvii -- PART I. Proposing a Model : Feminism and Narratology -- Ch. 1. Introduction : Why Don't Feminists 'Do' Narratology? 3 -- Ch. 2. A Model of Gendered Intervention: Engaging and Distancing Narrative Strategies 25 -- PART II. Testing the Model: Interventions in Texts -- Ch. 3. Engaging Strategies, Earnestness, and Realism : Mary Barton 47 -- Ch. 4. Distancing Strategies, Irony, and Metafiction : Yeast and Vanity Fair 72 -- Ch. 5. Women's Narrators Who Cross Gender : Uncle Tom's Cabin and Adam Bede 101 -- Ch. 6. Men's Narrators Who Cross Gender : Can You Forgive Her? and Bleak House 134 -- PART III. Reflecting upon the Model : Gendered Interventions in History -- Ch. 7. The Victorian Place of Enunciation : Gender and the Chance to Speak 159 -- Ch. 8. Direct Address and the Critics : What's the Matter with "You"? 192 -- Notes, 207 -- Works Cited, 223 -- Index, 237
Other Identifiers:OCLC #19266417 (print)
LCCN 89030379 (print)
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