Women Writers and the Dark Side of Late-Victorian Hellenism

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  • T. D. Olverson

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Examining the appropriation of transgressive, violent female figures from ancient Greek literature and myth by late Victorian writers, Olverson reveals the extent to which ancient antagonists like the murderous Medea and the sinister Circe were employed as a means to protest against and comment upon contemporary social and political institutions.


English literature gender women

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