Political and Social Issues in British Women's Ficton,1928-1968

Political and Social Issues in British Women's Ficton,1928-1968

2001 | 258 Pages | ISBN: 0333729536 | PDF | 2 MB

Elizabeth Maslen reassesses fiction written by women between the granting of universal franchise and the advent of new-wave feminism. Through close readings of a wide range of novels, she analyzes the way writers choose to represent such issues as pacifism and the threat of fascism, war, race and class, and gender.

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