At Home In The World

Author: Maria DiBattista
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400884772
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A bold new literary history that says women's writing is defined less by domestic concerns than by an engagement with public life In a bold and sweeping reevaluation of the past two centuries of women's writing, At Home in the World argues ...

Ikna

Author: Jane Austen
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ISBN: 9786054764396
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Kendine Ait Bir Oda

Author: Virginia Wolf
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ISBN: 6051764690
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" Kendine Ait Bir Oda, Virginia Woolf'un 1928 yılında kapılarını kadınlara yeni yeni açmakta olan Cambridge Üniversitesi'ndeki kız öğrencilere hitaben yaptığı bir konuşması üzerine şekillenmiştir. İngiltere'de ...

Tracing The Autobiographical

Author: Marlene Kadar
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ Pr
ISBN: 9780889204768
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As a still life and as a monument to the early nineteenth century, reconstructing
the past yet empty of human figures (including the phantom present-day tourist),
this photograph displays a simulacrum of Jane Austen's domestic and writing "
world." American Dream Home Figure 2 offers a more contemporary perspective
on domestic space and the interrogation of the subject, its location, and
focalization. This photograph, "Fox and Fence" (1991), was created by Gregory
Crewdson, ...

Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism

Author: Laurie Lanzen Harris
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Her choice of the term "mortification," a word Burney and Austen also use to
describe what Evelina and Elizabeth Bennet experience when publicly exposed,
either physically or psychologically, suggests that for the woman writer to enter
the public world, even through the impersonal medium of print, is to incur the risk
of social or moral death; Sherwood constructs the passage from the home to the
world as symbolically representing the loss of the feminine self. At this border,
where the ...