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Desire and domestic fiction : a political history of the novel / Nancy Armstrong.

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University of Saint Joseph: Pope P

823.009 A737D

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Armstrong, Nancy, 1938-
New York : Oxford University Press, 1987.

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x, 300 pages ; 22 cm
Bibliography: pages 261-289.
Includes index.
Introduction: The Politics of Domesticating Culture, Then and Now -- The Rise of Female Authority in the Novel -- The Logic of the Social Contract -- The Logic of the Sexual Contract -- The Sexual Contract as Narrative Paradigm -- The Sexual Contract as Narrative Process -- The Rise of the Domestic Woman -- The Book of Class Sexuality -- A Country House That is Not a Country House -- Labor That is Not Labor -- Economy That is Not Money -- The Power of Feminization -- The Rise of the Novel -- The Battle of the Books -- Strategies of Self-Production: Pamela -- The Self Contained: Emma -- History in the House of Culture -- The Rhetoric of Violence: 1819 -- The Rhetoric of Disorder: 1832 -- The Politics of Domestic Fiction: 1848 -- Figures of Desire: The Brontes -- Seduction and the Scene of Reading -- The Woman's Museum: Jane Eyre -- Modern Men: Shirley and the Fuegians -- Modern Women: Dora and Mrs. Brown.
Domestic fiction, English -- History and criticism.
English fiction -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
Feminist fiction, English -- History and criticism.
Psychological fiction -- History and criticism.
Feminism and literature -- Great Britain.
Literature and society -- Great Britain.
Women and literature -- Great Britain.
Femininity in literature.
Sex role in literature.
Desire in literature.
Women in literature.
Home in literature.
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English fiction Special subjects Women
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