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Productions of blasphemy: Nationalism and sexual difference in the postcolonial novel
This dissertation focuses on the narrative representation of moments of blasphemy in the writings of Salman Rushdie, Hanif Kureishi, Sara Suleri, Carolyn Steedman, and Mukul Kesavan by focusing on the issue of 'what narrative ...
Revising the feminine self in the fiction of Dorothy Richardson and Virginia Woolf
The fiction of Dorothy Richardson and Virginia Woolf is situated, as are the writers themselves, in the late-Victorian middle-class ideology of individualism, defining the self as autonomous and self-determining and ...