ePub Happily Ever After?: Women’s Fiction in Postwar Britain 1945–60 (Women in Society: A Feminist List) download
by Niamh Baker
Women in Society: A Feminist List. This work looks at the body of women's fiction written in postwar Britain, up to 1960.
Women in Society: A Feminist List. Happily Ever After? Women’s Fiction in Postwar Britain 1945–60. Authors: Baker, Niamh. price for USA in USD (gross). ISBN 978-1-349-20288-1. It examines the myth of the fairy tale ending and what changes the postwar period has wrought in subverting stereotypes. Show all. Table of contents (10 chapters). Happily ever after? The consequences of acceptance.
Happily Ever After? book. This book seeks to fill a noticeable gap in the survey of twentieth-century women's fiction- the postwar period from the 1940s to about 1960. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Happily Ever After?: Women's Fiction In Postwar Britain, 1945 60. by. Niamh Baker.
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Happily ever after?: women's fiction in postwar Britain, 1945- 1960. 1989, Macmillan Education. Libraries near you: WorldCat.
Niamh Baker, Happily Ever After? Women's Fiction in Postwar Britain 1945–60 (London: Macmillan Education, 1989) Linda R Anderson, Plotting Change : Contemporary Women's Fiction (London: Edward Arnold, 1990). Helen Carr, From My Guy to Sci-Fi : Genre and Women's Writing in the Postmodern World (London: Pandora Press, 1989).
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Women's Fiction in Postwar Britain, 1945-1960.
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