REMAKING THE LITERARY CANON IN ENGLISH: WOMEN WRITERS, 1880-1920

This book is based on the conviction that the Literary Canon in English, founded on patriarchal principles, needs to be significantly revised and updated to include the name of a legion of women writers who have been unfairly neglected and marginalised up to now. The essays collected in this publication aim at shedding light on some of writing mainly between 1880-1920 them –Emily Lawless, Rosamond Jacob, L.A.M. Priestley, Edith Œ. Somerville, Martin Ross, Julia M. Crottie, Dorothy Richardson, Mary Hays, Florence Wilford, etc.– with a threefold purpose: to rescue them from oblivion, to recuperate their works for contemporary audiences, and to put them in the place of honour they deserve.

Escritor
Colección
INTERLINGUA
Materia
TRADUCCION, <Genérica>
Idioma
  • Castellano
EAN
9788490457481
ISBN
978-84-9045-748-1
Depósito legal
Gr. 697/2019
Páginas
128
Ancho
17 cm
Alto
24 cm
Edición
1
Fecha publicación
14-06-2019
Número en la colección
222
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Sobre MARÍA ELENA JAIME DE PABLOS (coord.) (Escritor)

  • MARÍA ELENA JAIME DE PABLOS (coord.)
    is Senior Lecturer at the University of Almería (Spain), where she teaches English Literature. Her major research interests are postcolonial and Irish literature, with a special focus on women writers and gender issues. She is the author of La visión de la mujer irlandesa de fina... Ver más sobre el autor