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The Complete Plays of Frances Burney in Two Volumes
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The Complete Plays of Frances Burney in Two Volumes

By Burney, Fanny

Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: McGill Queens Univ Pr, 1995. Crisp and new set of the first collected edition of the plays of Frances Burney (1753-1840). Vol. 1 contains her 4 comedies. Vol 2 her tragedies. In attractive blue cloth hardcovers with redleather spine label and gilt lettering. Extra-heavy , please inquire re shipping.. First American Edition. Fine as New. Hard Cover.

$110.00

Women Writin in India Volume II Only
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Women Writin in India Volume II Only

By Tharaud, Jerome and Jean

New York, New York, U.S.A.: Feminist Press at The City University of New York, 1991. In illustrated softcover. volume II only. in fine condition. Writers included are nuns, court historians, polemicists, poets, and memoir and fiction authors. Many archaic and destructive traditions are explained, such as the horrifying ritual of suttee (sati). Praiseworthy headnotes and detailed biographical and critical discussions are included.. Illustrated Soft Cover. Fine as New/No Dj.

$20.00

Nicht Als Frau Geboren Fotoportraits Von Bettina Flitner

By Flitner, Bettina

Cologn: Emma Verlag, 1988. Fine condition small quarto-sized catalog illustrated with black and white photoportraits of, among others, Simone de Beauvoir, Pina Bausch, Elfride Jelinek, Kate Millett, Irmtraud Morgner, Alice Schwarzer, Kate Millet etc. 96 pages. . First Edition. Fine as New.

$25.00

The German Women's Movement

By Drewitz, Ingeborg

Bonn: Hohwacht, 1983. In photographic stiff wrappers in Near Fine condition.152 oages including many illustrations. * 7 essays including 'Female emancipation from the period before the 1848 Revolution; Women and socialism; Political equality under the Weimar Republic and discrimination under the Nazis; Women's rights and family law since the 19th century.. Near Fine.

$27.00

Anna Parnell's Political Journalism: A Critical Edition

By Schneller, Beverly

Herndon, Virginia, U.S.A.: Academica Pr Llc, 2005. Fine as new in crisp clean burgundy hardcover with gilt lettering and title. 298 pages. Hard Cover. Fine as New.

$156.00

Frances Burney: The Witlings and the Woman Hater

By Sabor, Peter (Introduction By )

London: Chatto & Windus, 1988. Fine as new in crisp blue hardcover with gilt lettering. This edition contains two of Frances Burney's comedies: The Witlings, (1778-80) which satirizes the bluestockings (but which was never performed for fear of scandal); and The Woman Hater (1800-02), which explores social pretension and gender conflict. By placing the two works= together, the book enables the reader to observe both the genesis and fruition of a literary idea. The introduction examines Burney's debt to Moliere and the English tradition, the themes of misogyny and misanthropy, and Burney's claim to a place in the literary canon beyond her status as a novelist. ... Fine as.

$50.00

Woman to Woman : Female Friendship in Victorian Fiction

By Cosslett, Tess

Brighton: The Harvester Press, 1988. Hardcover with attractive dustjacket. Some pencil underlining and occasional pencil notes. The representation of female friendship involves crucial questions about female identity and solidarity, and thus is of special significance in women's writing.. Very Good/Near Fine.

$45.00

The Reading of Silence: Virginia Woolf in the English Tradition
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The Reading of Silence: Virginia Woolf in the English Tradition

By Laurence, Patricia Ondek

Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.: Stanford Univ Pr, 1991. Fine as new in black cloth hardcover with crisp dj ."Laurence's groundbreaking study teaches us how to read Virginia Woolf's psychological, social, historical, philosophical, rhythmic, and structural silences as it weaves multi-colored threads into a shimmering whole: Woolf's novels; the major works in Woolf criticism; the English literary tradition, male and female; surrealist painting and contemporary music; philosophy, psychoanalysis, and linguistics; and structuralism, post-structuralism, deconstruction, reader response, and feminism. It suggests new directions for Woolf criticism. . . . Lawrence's writing style is remarkably readable, clear, and careful."—English Language Notes “Using a wide range of thinkers from Kierkegaard to Kristeva and Derrida, Laurence demonstrates convincingly that Woolf was the ¹rst modern woman novelist to practice silence in her writing and that, in so doing, she created a new language of the mind . . . and changed the metaphor of silence from one of absence or oppression to one of presence and strength.. Fine/Fine as New.

$45.00

The Nervous Housewife

By Myerson, Abraham

Boston: Little & Brwon, 1920. Very good copy of the original first edition. In red cloth hardcover SIGNED AND INSCRIBED by the author. Deals with such fascinating chapters as: The Nature of Nervousness, Types of Housewife Predisposed to Nervousness, The Housewife and the Home as Factors in the Neurosis, Reaction to the Disagreeable, Povery and its Psychical Re sults, The Housewife and her Husband, The Housewife and Her Household conflict. 269 pages with index.. Signed by Author. First American Edition. Very Good/No Dj.

$40.00