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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc
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|Notes:||Originally published: 2004.|
|Contents:||Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Entering into History: The Woman Citizen and the Historical Novel, 1900-1929; Histories of the Defeated: Writers Taking Side in the 1930s; Writing the War and After: Wicked Ladies and Wayward Women in the 1940s; Hollow Men and Homosexual Heroes: Exploring Masculinity in the 1950s; The Return of the Repressed: Maternal Histories in the 1960s; Selling Women's History: Popular Historical Fiction in the 1970s; 'Herstory' to Postmodern Histories: History as Dissent in the 1980s; Dialogues with the Dead: History and the Sense of an Ending, 1990-2000; Postscript; Bibliography; Index.|
'Aware that many readers are likely to encounter several faces for the first time, Wallace adopts a style that remains conceptually dexterous yet approachable in its capacious exposition of material
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- English fiction -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
- Women and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.
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- English fiction -- Women authors.
- Historical fiction, English.
- Literature and history.
- Women and literature.
- Great Britain.
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