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Scottish women's fiction, 1920s to 1960s : journeys into being

Author: Carol Anderson; Aileen Christianson
Publisher: East Linton, East Lothian : Tuckwell Press, 2000.
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Scottish women's fiction, 1920s to 1960s.
East Linton, East Lothian : Tuckwell Press, 2000
(OCoLC)606309248
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carol Anderson; Aileen Christianson
ISBN: 1862320829 9781862320826
OCLC Number: 43720089
Description: 177 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: 'Behold I make all things new' : Catherine Carswell and the visual arts / Carol Anderson --
Feminine space, feminine sentence : Rebecca West's The judge / Carol Anderson --
Boundaries and transgression in Nan Shepherd's The quarry wood / Gillian Carter --
'Journey into being' : Nan Shepherd's The weatherhouse / Alison Lumsden --
The location of magic in Naomi Mitchison's The corn king and the spring queen / Margaret Elphinstone --
Dreaming realities : Willa Muir's Mrs. Ritchie / Beth Dickson --
Poetic narrative in Nancy Brysson Morrison's The gowk storm / Margery Palmer McCulloch --
Borderlines : Jessie Kesson's The white bird passes / Glenda Norquay --
Certainly and unease in Muriel Spark's The ballad of Peckham Rye / Aileen Christianson --
A far cry from the kailyard : Jessie Kesson's Glitter of Mica / Isobel Murray --
A select bibliography of Scottish women writers, 1920s to 1960s / Jennie Rubio.
Other Titles: Scottish women's fiction
Responsibility: edited by Carol Anderson and Aileen Christianson.
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