Tony Pinkney, Keith Hanley, Fred Botting
Keele University Press, 1997 - Literary Criticism - 136 pages
Analysis of gender dynamics is providing some of the most exciting and innovative research in the field of contemporary Romantic studies. This collection reflects that interest and examines in particular the points at which women Romantic writers anticipate, resist and intersect with the literary productions of their male contemporaries. International scholars provide contributions which range from an examination of Wordsworth's 'Tintern Abbey' to the crossings of gender and class to be found in the English dialect writing of Ann Wheeler of Westmoreland.
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