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by Niamh Baker

ePub Happily Ever After?: Women’s Fiction in Postwar Britain 1945–60 (Women in Society: A Feminist List) download
Author:
Niamh Baker
ISBN13:
978-0333460412
ISBN:
0333460413
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Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan; 1989 edition (October 20, 1989)
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Women in Society: A Feminist List. This work looks at the body of women's fiction written in postwar Britain, up to 1960.

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Women's Fiction in Postwar Britain, 1945-1960.

This work looks at the body of women's fiction written in postwar Britain, up to 1960. It examines the myth of the fairy tale ending and what changes the postwar period has wrought in subverting stereotypes.