Travelling in Women's History with Michèle Roberts's Novels
Keywords: Feminist fiction, autobiography, memoir
AbstractSoraya García-Sánchez's monographic study on Michèle Roberts's long fiction proposes a biographical and literary journey to discover the British writer's allegiances to the feminist movement and to feminist stylistics, as well as the relationship between history, culture and literature in Roberts's production.
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