Fielding, Daphne. The Rainbow Picnic. Eyre Methuen, 1974.
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|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Rebecca West|
|Friends, Associates||Edith Sitwell|
|Friends, Associates||Iris Tree|
|Friends, Associates||Phyllis Bottome|
|Friends, Associates||Barbara Cartland|
|Friends, Associates||Elinor Glyn|
|Friends, Associates||Graham Greene|
|Friends, Associates||Elizabeth Jane Howard|
|Friends, Associates||Lady Ottoline Morrell|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Ali Smith||
Like most of AS 's work, this novel is playfully self-reflexive in its adherence to typical story structure. In a formulaic breakdown of essential narrative parts, The Accidental has a prescribed Beginning, Middle...
|Publishing||Elizabeth Jane Howard|
|Textual Production||Gertrude Stein||
GS opens this text with the flat assertion that Alice B. Toklas did hers now anybody will do theirs.
Once again, then, she purposely confused the boundaries of the self in autobiography.Because fame had...
Stein, Gertrude. Everybody’s Autobiography. Random House, 1937.
|Textual Production||Dora Carrington|