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The middle class novels of Arnold Bennett and Marie Corelli

Sharon Crozier-De Rosa

The middle class novels of Arnold Bennett and Marie Corelli

realising the ideals and emotions of late Victorian women

by Sharon Crozier-De Rosa

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press in Lewiston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementSharon Crozier-De Rosa ; with a foreword by Pat Jalland
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6003.E6 Z66 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 411 p. ;
Number of Pages411
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24586010M
ISBN 100773437398
ISBN 109780773437395
LC Control Number2009050729
OCLC/WorldCa482609961

Una Lucy Silberrad. I would sit on a bench and watch the sun's performance, the gradual fading of the colours in the sky, and the emergence of the first single star at dusk. Yet if one looks between the lines, her seeming castigation of the typical heterosexual marriage can be seen to uphold her own lifelong liaison as sacred. Writing out her manuscripts by hand, frequently from the little tower amidst her gardens, she intended to leave the world something of genuine if eerie beauty. On April 21,Marie Corelli died.

When the monsoon broke, one could watch dark, mountainous clouds mustering, edged with lightning; these would develop awesome pyrotechnics. And then: "Have you read anything similar to this anywhere? Featured New Woman section Constance Naden. Trying a different Web browser might help.

Una Lucy Silberrad. As such, they are frequently overlooked by historians — their passionate campaigns, including their cutting attacks on suffragists, often act as an embarrassing reminder of an archaic, obsolete and ultimately failed movement. I could only begin from Ben Jonson, and allotted an hour a day for a methodical study of English literature. She was well liked by the Prince of Wales afterwards King George V and Marie long boasted of her invitation to dine with him. I cut out a portrait of her from Bookman and mounted it on my bookshelf. Crozier-De Rosa approaches the novels of Bennett and Corelli from sociological and historical perspectives to explore the difficult area of interiority in the lives of single middle-class women, which is no easy task, as she clearly knows.


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My circle of readers was now enlarging, consequently also the outlay on coffee at the Hundred Feet Road restaurant; I had to seek my mother's help for more pocket money, and she provided it ungrudgingly - an increase from three to five rupees - and that was adequate to forestall any possible hostile reactions and buy favourable opinion.

I have other questions or need to report an error Please email the diagnostic information above to help The middle class novels of Arnold Bennett and Marie Corelli book. The thing about constructing what might be termed a feminist ethics of violence is that the notion of women perpetrating acts of violence divides the feminist community almost as much — if not more — than the community of those not subscribing to feminist views.

It was immediately compared to Vathek, a keystone of arabesque fantasy. I really loved the first and third books. Benson and R. Marie's adored pony-cart, which she had often ridden into town, went to a theatrical producer for use in a London pantomime.

I dare to love thee! Eventually she turned to writing and published her first novel, A Romance of Two Worldsin She died in Stratford and is buried there in the Evesham Road cemetery. She did not identify herself as a lesbianbut several biographers and critics have noted the frequent erotic descriptions of female beauty that appear in her novels, although they are expressed by men.

I got the pieces copied on demi-sized bond paper, one side only, typed with a generous margin and double-spaced all this I learned from a book named How to Sell Your Manuscripts. The Business of Domesticity 5. In every country I visit, I habitually watch the postman. Related Materials.

Marie periodically sent letters to Rider, hoping he would one day visit her at Mason Croft, while he, for his part, upon reading Ardath, told her her "imaginative gifts were rare indeed. We braved it, feeling all the while that we were walking into the jaws of death just to inscribe our names on the walls.

Writing out her manuscripts by hand, frequently from the little tower amidst her gardens, she intended to leave the world something of genuine if eerie beauty. In June, drizzle and sunshine alternating, leaving gold mohur, flame of the forests, and jacaranda in bloom along the avenues.

At the end of 60 minutes, I returned to fiction with relief. Combining weird science and spiritualism, it was probably the most influential occult novel from that period, after H. That left me free for a whole year to read what I pleased, and ramble where I pleased.

The Master-Christian was the capper of the trilogy.

Marie Corelli

The typist, who was really a violinist, owned the Venus Typewriting Institute. Her gondola, "The Dream," fetched 57 guineas. Henry Miller, noting several of Marie Corelli's novels remained in print in modern editions, suspected there would one day be a fullblown resurgence of interest in her books.

She argued that British notions of sex segregation, enforced through the colonising process, had eroded Irish notions of gender equality — equality in militant as well as non-militant spaces.

A Romance of Two Worlds

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