Genre, Trope, Gender: Critical Essays

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 1992 - BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - 90 pages
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Northrop Frye embellishes the theory of genre in "Henry James and the Comedy of the Occult." In "The Power of Postmodern Irony," Linda Hutcheon furthers her reputation as a theorist of contemporary culture, and Shirley Neuman investigates gender in writing and reading in "Autobiography, Mothers' Bodies, the Reproduction of Mothering."

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Northrop Frye was University Professor in the University of Toronto and Professor of English in Victoria College, University of Toronto. His books include "Fearful Symmetry: A Study Of William Blake" (Princeton).

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