Changing the Story: Feminist Fiction and the Tradition

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Indiana University Press, 1991 - Literary Criticism - 302 pages
Offers an account of the differences between the American, Canadian, British, and French attitudes towards feminism and feminist fiction and literary theory. This work tracks how feminist novelists draw upon, and negotiate with traditional narrative patterns, and how their critical approach implicates, and provokes, social change.

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