An analysis of the work of Emilie Rose Macaulay (1881-1958), who strove in virtually all of her twenty-three novels to articulate the needs of women for autonomy and achievement. This biocritical study, designated by Choice as an Outstanding Academic Book, finds that Macaulay's writings constitute a deliberate act of rebellion against the cultural myths that trap both men and women in gender stereotypes.
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ISBN: 9781611470802 Number of pages: 252 Weight: 544 g Dimensions: 246 x 168 x 20 mm
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