4 edition of Gender in the fiction of George Sand found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -192) and index
|Series||Faux titre -- no. 175|
|LC Classifications||PQ2419 .M327 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||197 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||197|
Flaubert wrote this story for his old friend and “fellow troubadour” George Sand. It’s the story of Félicité, an old servant-woman, and the diminishing loves in her life, the final one. In a book both brilliant and lucid, Evelyne Ender explores the issue of sexual identity in the fiction, criticism, and psychoanalytic writings of the nineteenth century. She focuses on the figure of the hysteric, which, she says, came to represent a mind haunted by the questioning of gender.
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The first study of George Sand and vision, this book considers the pull between the visual and the visionary in nineteenth-century France through an examination of Sand's novels. With an extensive corpus ranging from Sand's early texts through to her later, less familiar works, it repositions Sand's oeuvre alongside that of the major realist authors and demonstrates her distinctive. Regarded as one of Sand's best novels, Lélia is an important document in the evolution of women's consciousness. Published in , when Sand it stunned Victorians by advocating the same standard of morality for men and women and by suggesting that both the prostitute and the married woman were slaves to male desire.
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The tale is narrated by an older Mauprat who reminisces about his younger days prior to the French revolution and subsequent wars - thus the book also carries a notable element of the coming of age story.
For her part, George Sand was curious about exploring the ideas of social equality and what that meant for her gender/5(15). quotes from George Sand: 'Guard well within yourself that treasure, kindness. Know how to give without hesitation, how to lose without regret, how to acquire without meanness.', 'One is happy once one knows the necessary ingredients of happiness: simple tastes, a certain degree of courage, self denial to a point, love of work, and above all, a clear conscience.', and 'Let us accept truth.
Explore books by George Sand with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Reading this book is paradise if you love literature, music and opera.
Like George Sand, so many female writers of immense stature have adopted male or consciously gender-indeterminate pseudonyms for at least part of their careers: George Eliot, the Bronte sisters, even Miles Franklin/5.
George Sand Martine Reid, trans. from the French by Gretchen van Slyke. Penn State Univ., $ (p) ISBN Buy this book Reid, a professor of French language and.
In this book, Nigel Harkness uses the fiction of George Sand (), the pre-eminent woman writer of the period, to explore questions of masculinity as they pertain to the nineteenth-century French novel, and to map out new approaches to the study of literary by: 2. From inside the book.
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It is an important book and should be read by anyone wanting to read classics of the time. That said, it has universal appeal and lessons for today, as well. I am reading historical fiction about Sand's life (The Dream Lover) at the same time and can imagine Sand "writing Indiana all through the night" as Berg explains in Dream Lover/5.
Works of science fiction and fantasy increasingly explore gender issues, feature women as central characters, and are written by women writers. This book examines women's contributions to science fiction and fantasy across a range of media and genres, such as fiction, nonfiction, film, television, art, comics, graphic novels, and : Colleen Seale.
The range of techniques and theories represented here are applied across a broad spectrum of texts and cultural forms, extending from women's writing of the Renaissance and the fiction of George Sand to the relation between quiltmaking and nineteenth-century literary forms, the pornography of Georges Bataille, and the theories of Julia Kristeva.
Saying that there is a gender bias in literature (or, more specifically, in publishing) will get you in trouble, particularly if you’re a writer. And yet, there it is: the publishing industry is Author: Giulia Blasi. The Dream Lover by Elizabeth Berg (fiction) This historical novel about gender-bending 19th century writer George Sand couldn’t be more timely; told in Sand’s voice, her story is melancholy.
Many female writers have adopted male nom de plumes, or otherwise gender-ambiguous pseudonyms, for a number of reasons: to publish without prejudice in male-dominated circles; to experiment with the freedom of anonymity; or to encourage male we have profiled 12 women authors, from Louisa May Alcott to J.K.
Rowling, who have written under male pseudonyms, and discussed their. The book "A World History Of Photography" by Naomi Rosenblum dates the portrait of George Sand by Nadar asnot Which date is correct.
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George Sand. BORN:Paris, France DIED:Nohant, France NATIONALITY: French GENRE: Fiction, nonfiction MAJOR WORKS: Consuelo () The Devil's Pool () La Petite Fadette () She and He () Le Marquis de Villemer ().
Overview. George Sand was a celebrated yet controversial French writer whose personal life oftentimes overshadowed her creative production. Indiana, the title character of George Sand’s novel, is a young Creole woman married to an older husband. On one level, her story is a romance much in keeping with other contemporary.
Get this from a library. The novel of female adultery: love and gender in continental European fiction, [Bill Overton]. Get this from a library. The novel of female adultery: love and gender in continental European fiction, [Bill Overton] -- The novel of adultery is a 19th century form about the experience of women, produced almost exclusively by men.
Bill Overton's study is. Gender Female. The best books of all time by George Sand. The Devil's Pool by George Sand. La Mare au Diable (The Devil's Pool) is an novel by George Sand.
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Her publications include the monograph Gender in the Fiction of George Sand () Translating Slavery: Gender and Race in French Women’s Writing (with Doris Kadish) Translating Slavery: Ourika and its Progeny (), translations of Madame de Duras’s Ourika () George Sand’s novel Valvèdre () and Antoine Berman’s.
She had romantic relationships with women, and like George Sand, she had a nonconformist attitude toward the prescribed gender roles of her time. 4 Isak Dinesen (–) At the Academy Award ceremony, the movie Out of Africa won no fewer than seven Oscars, including the one for best picture.Jane Austen knew nobody and George Sand knew everybody, and Jane Austen was by far the greater and there you have it.
But in spite of a theme that is pretty self-evident and conclusions that are not always definitive, this book, the distillation of the crystalline mind, so gaily and freshly and yet forcefully written, says something.