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George Eliot’s Feminism

The Right to Rebellion

  • Authors
  • June Skye Szirotny

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. June Skye Szirotny
    Pages 1-39
  3. June Skye Szirotny
    Pages 40-47
  4. June Skye Szirotny
    Pages 48-56
  5. June Skye Szirotny
    Pages 57-80
  6. June Skye Szirotny
    Pages 81-88
  7. June Skye Szirotny
    Pages 89-109
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    Pages 110-120
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  11. June Skye Szirotny
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  12. June Skye Szirotny
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  13. Back Matter
    Pages 206-284

About this book

Introduction

The question of whether or not George Eliot was what would now be called a feminist is a contentious one. This book argues, through a close study of her fiction, informed by examination of her life's story and by a comparison of her views to those of contemporary feminists, that George Eliot was more radical and more feminist than commonly thought.

Keywords

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