Five for Freedom: A Study of Feminism in Fiction

Wagner, Geoffrey
Publication Date 1972
ISBN 0048010146
Publisher George Allen and Unwin,
Binding Hardback
Condition Very good copy in good+ dust wrapper
SKU 21538
Notes Red boards with gilt titles to spine are clean and neat. Dust wrapper is lightly rubbed with the occasional minor surface mark.


Hardback. 234pp. A study of five European fictional heroines in the light of contemporary feminist theory: Madame de Merteuil from Les Liasons dangereuses, Jane Eyre, Emma Bovary, Tess of the D’Urbervilles, Tony Buddenbrook from Buddenbrooks by Thomas Mann. It also draws on Cousine Bette from the novel by Honoré de Balzac, Cathy Earshaw from Wuthering Heights, Anna Karenina and Cousin Brazilio by Eca de Queiroz.
Price: £12.75
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