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by Jean Radford

  • Author: Jean Radford
  • ISBN: 0710810709
  • ISBN13: 978-0710810700
  • ePub: 1144 kb | FB2: 1600 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: World Literature
  • Publisher: Prentice-Hall (September 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 192
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Richardson is also an important feminist writer, because of the way her work assumes the validity and importance of female experiences as a subject for literature. Likewise in 1975 Sydney Janet Kaplan describes Pilgrimage as "conceived in revolt against the established tradition of fiction.

Pilgrimage Of Dorothy Richardson Hardcover – November 23, 2000. A major contribution to our understanding both of Richardson’s thirteen-novel Pilgrimage series and of the important ways in which women writers helped to shape modernist literature in the twentieth century. by. Joanne Winning (Author). -Cyrena Pondrom, University of Wisconsin–Madison. -Suzanne Raitt, University of Michigan, author of Vita and Virginia.

Dorothy Richardson (Key Women Writers Se. Radford, Jean. The Lives Of The Muses: Nine Women And The Artists They Inspired.

Dorothy M. Richardson, English novelist, an often neglected pioneer in ess fiction. Richardson passed her childhood and youth in secluded surroundings in late Victorian England. Dorothy M. Richardson, in full Dorothy Miller Richardson, married name Dorothy Odle, (born May 17, 1873, Abingdon, Berkshire, En. died June 17, 1957, Beckenham, Kent), English novelist, an often neglected pioneer in ess fiction. 100 Women Trailblazers.

Dorothy Richardson was a major writer of the twentieth century and a central figure in the emergence of modernist prose fiction.

Why is Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage called Pilgrimage? Charlotte Whalen thinks she knows. The Journal of Dorothy Richardson Studies. Welcome to the only journal devoted entirely to the study of Dorothy Richardson.

Bedford Square, Bloomsbury. Richardson began her writing career when she lived in Bloomsbury, London. Richardson is also an important feminist writer, because of the way her work assumes the validity and importance of female experiences as a subject for literature. New York & London: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1991; Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991.

H G Wells - the man, his women and his writing Louisa Treger's novel The Lodger was inspired by Dorothy Richardson, one of.

H G Wells - the man, his women and his writing. Matthew Sweet chairs a discussion about the father of science fiction to open the London Liteature Festival at South Bank Centre. Joining him for the event are Louisa Treger, Mark Blacklock, Joanna Kavenna and Christopher Priest. Louisa Treger's novel The Lodger was inspired by Dorothy Richardson, one of the key women in Wells’ life. Christopher Priest's books include The Space Machine and his latest, The Gradual which explores ideas about time. He 's Vice-President of the H. G. Wells Society.

Dorothy Richardson, Jean Rhys and Radclyffe Hall have long been considered minor figures within the larger context of Modernism. Also, very often their colourful biographies have received more attention than their literary works. Dorothy Richardson, Jean Rhys and Radclyffe Hall have long been considered minor figures within the larger context of Modernism. This book offers a close reading of these authors’ major fictional works.