Showalter, Elaine. “Dinah Mulock Craik and the Tactics of Sentiment: A Case Study in Victorian Female Authorship”. Feminist Studies, pp. 5 - 23.
Standard Name: Langland, Elizabeth
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|Literary responses||Dinah Mulock Craik||
Elaine Showalter initiated feminist interest in DMC , first with a substantial article and then with treatment of her as a paradigmatic feminine novelist who promoted domesticity as a defensive strategy.
Cora Kaplan ...
Showalter, Elaine. A Literature of Their Own. Princeton University Press, 1977.
|Literary responses||George Eliot||
As one of the few canonized women writers of the nineteenth century, she has been of great interest to feminist critics, in part because in the words of Elizabeth Langland , they became cathected to...
She said she wrote it partly to amuse myself, and on a sudden impulse.
It has been edited for Broadview Press by Elizabeth Langland , 2002.
Jay, Elisabeth. Mrs Oliphant: "A Fiction to Herself": A Literary Life. Clarendon Press, 1995.
AB 's work has from the outset been overshadowed by that of Emily and Charlotte. George Moore called her a literary Cinderella,
sacrificed because no one would believe that three literary geniuses could...
Langland, Elizabeth. Anne Brontë: The Other One. Barnes and Noble, 1989.
|Textual Features||Elizabeth Gaskell||
Its progress was in large part that of the narrator, from a nameless female voice to the well developed figure of Mary Smith, a younger woman who, though distanced from the older women of the...
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