Phineas Fletcher

Standard Name: Fletcher, Phineas


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Intertextuality and Influence Jane Johnson
JJ and her women friends used letters to discuss the books which each was eagerly reading. Susan E. Whyman writes that her letters disclose three passions: for her family (her children as they grew up...
Textual Features Dinah Mulock Craik
The narrator is a male invalid named Phineas Fletcher, a descendent of the poet (1582-1650) whose name he shares. He has an intense (at least on his side) homosocial relationship with the title character.


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