Romantic Women Writers: Voices and Countervoices

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Paula R. Feldman, Theresa M. Kelley
UPNE, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 326 pages
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Essays forging a new definition of Romanticism that includes the wide range of women's artistic expression.
  

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Contents

Reitnagining Romantic Canons
13
Gendering the Soul
33
The Bracelets Mythologies of Origin and the Daughters
88
Repression Desire
113
and Wuthering Heights I
150
Gender Nationality and Textual Authority
171
of Sydney Owenson Lady Morgan and Helen Maria Williams
194
The Politics of the Heart
207
Conflicted Performance
223
Mary Robinson and the Literary Marketplace 25 2
252
Notes I
269
Index I
317
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Paula R. Feldman holds the C. Wallace Martin Chair in English at the University of South Carolina. She is coeditor of The Journals of Mary Shelley and Romantic Women Writers: Voices and Countervoices and is editor of Felicia Hemans's Records of Woman.

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