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Women's Writing of the Romantic Period, 1789-1836: An Anthology (Women's Writing Anthologies) Paperback – 1 May 1997


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Harriet Devine was brought up in London, by parents who worked in the theatre. She's written about her eventful childhood (which begins with her conception on Laurence Olivier's sofa) in her memoir, Being George Devine's Daughter. She spent a number of years as an academic, teaching English Literature, but now lives in rural France, surrounded by green fields, and enjoys the ups and downs of expat life, which feature in her first work of fiction, The Expat Murders. A second volume of this is now underway.

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Teachers will find the index of themes useful ! a worthy and important contribution to our understanding of the agonizing compromises of truly gothic proportions made in the long march of feminist history and literature. This pioneering anthology surveys Romantic-era women writers' underrated literary production...covers a wide range of material...Its chronologically ordered selection of poetry and non-fiction traces the evolution of women's writing. Teachers will find the index of themes useful ! a worthy and important contribution to our understanding of the agonizing compromises of truly gothic proportions made in the long march of feminist history and literature. This pioneering anthology surveys Romantic-era women writers' underrated literary production...covers a wide range of material...Its chronologically ordered selection of poetry and non-fiction traces the evolution of women's writing.

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