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Dealing with another popular text, Rebecca P. However, their ending is not optimistic: they remove themselves entirely from the conflict between the female and the feminine. Also concerned with fictional depictions of women and how they attempt to negotiate their reactions to a hostile world is Kirsten T. Particularly welcome in this volume are the studies of four of some lesser-studied works by Haywood.
The passionate fictions of Eliza Haywood : essays on her life and work
Without textual or contextual proof to back up her theory, Bowers merely reinterprets Melliora through the now popular move of labeling Haywood with absolute confidence a Tory. The essay has some valuable insights about the novel, but the forcibly applied Tory template is unconvincing. Brewer makes the case that any popular woman writer—Centlivre or Thomas, for instance—could have stood in for Haywood in the Dunciad. Bocchicchio Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, , pp.
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Eliza Haywood, The Masqueraders London, , p. Penelope Aubin, Charlotta du Pont London, , pp. Haywood's parody blends pastiche and parody, allowing her to incorporate "a more flexible use of intertextuality that does not necessarily involve an attack on the borrowed form, but may certainly involve multiple, even contradictory stances" p.
Oakleaf's and Austin's recognition of Haywood's sophisticated use of metacritical devices helps to shift the critical ground: the perception of Haywood's Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves.
The Passionate Fictions of Eliza Haywood: Essays on Her Life and Work