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From: The Author as Character: Representing Historical Writers in Western Literature[(essay date 1999) In the following essay, Fokkema situates Flaubert’s Parrot and several other postmodernist works within the context of Roland Barthes’s essay “The Death of the Author” (1967).] There are brief and...
From: Textual Practice[(essay date winter 1995) In the following essay, Britzolakis examines Carter's fascination with the performance, or spectacle, of femininity.] Like so many girls, I passionately wanted to be an actress when I was in...
From: The French Review[(essay date December 1977) In the following essay, Ahearn traces Charles Baudelaire's treatment of exile in his poetry, particularly in works inspired by his lover, Jeanne Duval.] The satisfactions afforded by poetry...
From: Local Natures, Global Responsibilities: Ecocritical Perspectives on the New English Literatures[(essay date 2010) In the following essay, Gruss discusses Angela Carter’s short story “Black Venus” (1985), Anne Enright’s novel The Pleasure of Eliza Lynch (2002), and Evaristo’s The Emperor’s Babe. Gruss argues that...
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