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British Experimental Women’s Fiction, 1945-1975

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    Chapter 1 Introduction: (Re)Mapping the Post-War British Literary Landscape
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    Chapter 2 Feeling “The High-Voltage Current of the General Pass”: Experiments in Subjectivity in British Women’s Fiction in the Wake of World War II
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    Chapter 3 A Precarious Vision: Hallucination and the Short Story in Post-War Britain
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    Chapter 4 Whose Sister? “Convenient Pigeonholes”, Peter Owen and the Publishing of Anna Kavan
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    Chapter 5 Contacts, Landings: The Holocaust and Late Modernist Form in Eva Figes and Eva Tucker
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    Chapter 6 No Country for Old Maids? Housing Ivy Compton-Burnett’s Mid-Century Fiction
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    Chapter 7 Anna Kavan’s Ice: Postwar Experimentalism and the Fiction of the Anthropocene
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    Chapter 8 Shelagh Delaney’s Sweetly Sings the Donkey (1963) and Experimentalism After the Angry Young Men
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    Chapter 9 “Designing Its Own Shadow”: Ann Quin’s Reiterative Experimental Processes
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    Chapter 10 “Simply as an Instrument”: The Female Characters of Christine Brooke-Rose
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    Chapter 11 Brigid Brophy’s In Transit, or the Post-war Novel’s Transition from an “Exhausted” to a “Replenished” Form
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    Chapter 12 Experimenting in the Ditch: Buchi Emecheta’s Early Novels of Transformation
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    Chapter 13 Afterword: I’m a Woman Experimental Writer … Get Me Out of Here!
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British Experimental Women’s Fiction, 1945-1975
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Springer International Publishing, September 2021
DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-72766-6
978-3-03-072765-9, 978-3-03-072766-6

Andrew Radford, Hannah Van Hove

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