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[SR: 8147160], Hardcover, [EAN: 9780313317552], Greenwood Press, Greenwood Press, Book, [PU: Greenwood Press], Greenwood Press, Victorian writer Frances Trollope has largely been relegated to a mere footnote in literary history as simply the mother of Anthony. Equally unfortunate is that, aside from her nonfiction work Domestic Manners of the Americans, her 34 novels have been out of print since the nineteenth century. She was, nonetheless, the most provocative female writer of the early Victorian period who used the novel to impel social change. She has been credited for writing the first anti-slavery novel that predates Uncle Tom's Cabin, along with a number of works that incited reform legislation regarding bastardy clauses, poor laws, and labor conditions. Expert contributors examine her life and writings, her social activism, and the impact of her works. The book includes discussions of her influence on Anthony Trollope, the rivalry between Frances Trollope and Charles Dickens, her belief in the power of female friendship, her ambivalence toward the ability of women to effect social change, her thoughts on Evangelicalism, her views on women and aging, and her innovative contribution to early crime fiction. Contributors argue for the value of reprinting her novels and travel books and point to her enduring literary legacy., 275080, Literary Studies, 275068, History & Criticism, 275389, Poetry, Drama & Criticism, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 275096, Literary Theory & Movements, 275068, History & Criticism, 275389, Poetry, Drama & Criticism, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 276596, Writers & Writing, 276588, Women's Studies, 60, Society, Politics & Philosophy, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books

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Victorian writer Frances Trollope has largely been relegated to a mere footnote in literary history as simply the mother of Anthony. Equally unfortunate is that, aside from her nonfiction work Domestic Manners of the Americans, her 34 novels have been out of print since the nineteenth century. She was, nonetheless, the most provocative female writer of the early Victorian period who used the novel to impel social change. She has been credited for writing the first anti-slavery novel that predates Uncle Tom''s Cabin, along with a number of works that incited reform legislation regarding bastardy clauses, poor laws, and labor conditions. Expert contributors examine her life and writings, her social activism, and the impact of her works. The book includes discussions of her influence on Anthony Trollope, the rivalry between Frances Trollope and Charles Dickens, her belief in the power of female friendship, her ambivalence toward the ability of women to effect social change, her thoughts on Evangelicalism, her views on women and aging, and her innovative contribution to early crime fiction. Contributors argue for the value of reprinting her novels and travel books and point to her enduring literary legacy. Brenda Ayers, Books, Fiction and Literature, Frances Trollope And The Novel Of Social Change Books>Fiction and Literature, Greenwood Press

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Victorian writer Frances Trollope has largely been relegated to a mere footnote in literary history as simply the mother of Anthony. Equally unfortunate is that, aside from her nonfiction work Domestic Manners of the Americans, her 34 novels have been out of print since the nineteenth century. She was, nonetheless, the most provocative female writer of the early Victorian period who used the novel to impel social change. She has been credited for writing the first anti-slavery novel that predates Uncle Tom's Cabin, along with a number of works that incited reform legislation regarding bastardy clauses, poor laws, and labor conditions. Expert contributors examine her life and writings, her social activism, and the impact of her works. The book includes discussions of her influence on Anthony Trollope, the rivalry between Frances Trollope and Charles Dickens, her belief in the power of female friendship, her ambivalence toward the ability of women to effect social change, her thoughts on Evangelicalism, her views on women and aging, and her innovative contribution to early crime fiction. Contributors argue for the value of reprinting her novels and travel books and point to her enduring literary legacy. Frances Trollope and the Novel of Social Change Ayres, Brenda / Ayers, Brenda, Praeger

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Frances Trollope and the Novel of Social Change
Autor:

Brenda Ayres, Brenda Ayers

Titel:

Frances Trollope and the Novel of Social Change

ISBN-Nummer:

0313317550

A reassessment of the historical, cultural and literary merits of the novels of Victorian writer Frances Trollope. The contributors examine her life and writings, her social activism, the impact of her works, her influence on her son Anthony, and her believe in the power of female friendship.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780313317552
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0313317550
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
Herausgeber: GREENWOOD PUB GROUP INC
216 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,454 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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