6 edition of Dissembling fictions found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-227) and index.
|LC Classifications||PR4711 .D35 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 230 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||97004103|
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In Dissembling Fictions, Deirdre d' Albertis uncovers the tactics of disguise which Gaskell skilfully employed in order to evade the prescribed notions of what a woman writer should be. D'Albertis unveils the complex patterns existent in Gaskell's works, and examines her use of dissembling as a narrative by: A study of the tactics of disguise which Victorian novelist Elizabeth Gaskell employed in order to evade the prescribed notions of what a woman writer should be.
The complex patterns in Gaskell's works are revealed and her use of dissembling as a narrative practice is examined. In Dissembling Fictions, Deirdre d'Albertis uncovers the tactics of disguise that Gaskell skillfully employed in order to evade prescribed notions of what a Victorian woman novelist should write, unveils the complex patternings of gender and genre in Gaskell's works, and examines her use of dissembling as a narrative practice.
In Dissembling Fictions, Deirdre d' Albertis uncovers the tactics of disguise which Gaskell skilfully employed in order to evade the prescribed notions of what a woman writer should be.
D'Albertis unveils the complex patterns existent in Gaskell's works, and examines her use of dissembling as a narrative practice. Dissembling "First resolution of ," Lily declares, pursing her lips around the skinny cigarette. She sucks a quick inhale, then sighs out a wisp of smoke. "No more cigarettes." James snorts, waving a hand through the cloud.
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