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Femininity & the creative imagination; a study of Henry James, Robert Musil & Marcel Proust.

Author: Lisa Appignanesi
Publisher: New York, Barnes & Noble [1973]
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Appignanesi, Lisa.
Femininity & the creative imagination.
New York, Barnes & Noble [1973]
(OCoLC)576326746
Named Person: Henry James; Robert Musil; Marcel Proust; Henry James; Robert Musil; Marcel Proust
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa Appignanesi
ISBN: 0064901904 9780064901901
OCLC Number: 684130
Description: 230 pages 23 cm
Contents: Feminity: definitions and perspectives --
Henry James: feminity and the moral sensibility --
'Felt-life' and the self --
The early phase --
Transition --
The middle years --
The major phase: beginnings --
The major phase: culmination --
Robert Musil: feminity and completeness --
An intellectual approach --
Unions --
Three women --
The plays --
The man without qualities --
Marcel Proust: feminitiy and creativity --
A psychological approach --
The maternal Uroboros --
Jeunes filles en fleurs --
Prisoners --
The redeemed hermaphrodite --
Some closing reflections.

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