Narrating Marriage In Eighteenth Century England And France

Author: Chris Roulston
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317090675
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Beginning with English and French marital advice literature, which appropriated novelistic conventions at the same time that it cautioned readers about the dangers of novel reading, she looks at representations of ideal marriages in Pamela ...

Narration Und Gender Im Englischen Roman Vom 18 Jahrhundert Bis Zur Postmoderne

Author: Ute Kauer
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London 1 994 — : Women and Marriage in Nineteenth-Century England. London
1989 Petersen, Jürgen H.: Erzählsysteme. Eine Poetik epischer Texte. ... In:
Comparative Literature 44:4 (1992), S. 409-414 Ramey, Lynn: "A Crisis of
Category: Transvestism and Narration in Two Eighteenth-Century Novels." In:
Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Graduate Student Conference in French and
Comparative Literature. New York 1994, S. 72-77 Riggan, William: Picaros,
Madmen, Naifs, and ...

The Eighteenth Century

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She is the author of The Converting Imagination: Linguistic Theory and Swift's
Satiric Prose; her current research focuses on maternity in eighteenth-century
England. Beccie Puneet Randhawa is a full-time ... Chris Roulston is associate
professor of French and women's studies at the University of Western Ontario,
Canada. She has published articles on ... She is currently completing a book,
After the Wedding: Narrating Marriage in the Eighteenth Century. Sean R. Silver
is a doctoral ...

Reading 1759

Author: Shaun Regan
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1611484782
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Literary Culture in Mid-eighteenth-century Britain and France Shaun Regan ... In
her final novel, The History ofOphelia (1761), Fielding would go on to portray a
young woman whose native goodness is undimmed by her removal from Welsh
seclusion to glittering London society, and who is ultimately rewarded with
marriage to her kindly protector, Lord Dorchester.1 By ... Fielding's narrator
ranges widely across literary periods and genres in her borrowings; drawing, for
example, [187]

Colonel Jack

Author: Daniel Defoe
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ISBN: 3954558785
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Gender And Utopia In The Eighteenth Century

Author: Dr Nicole Pohl
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 140948971X
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Focusing on eighteenth-century constructions of symbolic femininity and eighteenth-century women's writing in relation to contemporary utopian discourse, this volume adjusts our understanding of the utopia of the Enlightenment, placing a ...

Nsukka Journal Of The Humanities

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Clearly, the white narrator could see nothing but pleasantness for a black young
woman condemned to spending her life as a spinster in the service of a white
married woman. If one were to judge by attitudes towards interracial marriages in
literature one would conclude from the available evidence that eighteenth-
century French people were less liberal-minded than English people of the same
period. It is possible, however, that the apparently more intolerant attitude of the
French ...

British French Exchanges In The Eighteenth Century

Author: Kathleen Hardesty Doig
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different shores, Voltaire's French narrator decides to actually meet a Quaker
rather than base his opinions on hearsay, and Farmer James is finally persuaded
to write a full account of his experiences and observations as an American. Like
his French ... religious practices. In France, England and the American colonies,
the question of religious tolerance was at the forefront of the debate on the
relationship between the individual and the state throughout the long eighteenth