Unveiling a Parallel: A Romance
Syracuse University Press, 1893 - Fiction - 158 pages
Couched as sentimental romance and utopian fantasy, Jones and Merchant's work satirises 19th-century gender roles and discrimination against women, unveiling the absurdities of socially constructed femaleness and maleness.
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