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by Mary Anne Schofield


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Masking and unmasking the female mind : disguising romances in feminine fiction, 1713-1799. the concerns important to women's lives and fates, and argues that these novelists used their romances to combat the. This work concentrates on how eighteenth-century feminine novelists articulate the concerns important to women's lives and fates, and argues that these novelists used their romances to combat th. More). Quiet Rebellion: The Fictional Heroines of Eliza Fowler Haywood. @ions of Feminine Desire: Disclosures of Helloise. @nism in Eighteenth-Century England. @ering the Mind: Twelve Studies.

The mask and costume not only protect one’s social identity from scrutiny and thereby . The female spectator Masking and unmasking the female mind: Disguising romances in feminine fiction, 1713–1799.

The mask and costume not only protect one’s social identity from scrutiny and thereby enable subversion, as Terry Castle has argued. They also screen the mental worlds of those involved in the intrigues and revels. The female spectator. Book I. In A. Pettit (E., The selected works of Eliza Haywood, Vol. 2 (pp. 17–51). London: Pickering & Chatto. Hunter, J. P. (1975). Masking and unmasking the female mind: Disguising romances in feminine fiction, 1713–1799. Newark, London: University of Delaware Press.

Schofield Mary Anne Staves Susan. Players' Scepters: Fictions of Authority in the Restoration. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1979.

Masking and Unmasking the Female Mind: Disguising Romances in Feminine Fiction, 1713–1799. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1990. University Press of America, 1982. The Sign of Angellica: Women, Writing, and Fiction 1660–1800. London: Virago, 1989. Williamson Marilyn L. Raising Their Voices: British Women Writers, 1650–1750.

Schofield, Mary Anne (1990). Masking and Unmasking the Female Mind: Disguising Romances in Feminine Fiction, 1713-1799 (Newark: U of Delaware P). Spacks, Patricia Meyer (1990). Mothers of the Novel: 100 Good Women Writers before Jane Austen (London: Pandora). Stone, Lawrence (1977). The Family, Sex and Marriage in England, 1500-1800 (New York: Harper). Adultery in the Novel: Contract and Transgression (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins).

Fictional minds have taken a central role in cognitive narratology, from Lisa . Masking and Unmasking the Female Mind: Disguising Romances in Feminine Fiction, 1713-1799.

Fictional minds have taken a central role in cognitive narratology, from Lisa Zunshine's appropriation of the debates around so-called ‘theory of mind’ (2007) to Alan Palmer's work on ‘fictional minds’ (2004), and, more recently, his discussion of Social Minds in the Novel (2010). This book is an exploration of the careers of five influential women writers of the Restoration and eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The 'nobodies' of the title are not ignored, silenced, erased, or anonymous women. S Cent Rev. Lynne Vallone.

Schofield, Mary Ann, Masking and Unmasking the Female Mind Disguising Romances in Feminine . The Female Page: a Genuine and Interesting History Relating to Some Persons of Distinction, Etc. London: Olive Payne, 1737.

Schofield, Mary Ann, Masking and Unmasking the Female Mind Disguising Romances in Feminine Fiction 1713–1719, Chapter 2, University of Delaware Press (1999) ISBN 0874133653. Boyd, Elizabeth [pseud.

This work concentrates on how eighteenth-century feminine novelists articulate the concerns important to women's lives and fates, and argues that these novelists used their romances to combat the controlling ideologies of the age.
Masking and Unmasking the Female Mind: Disguising Romances in Feminine Fiction, 1713-1799 ebook
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