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ROMAN FEVER: DOMESTICITY & NATIONALISM IN 19TH CENTUR AMERICAN WOMEN'S WRITING epub

by ANNAMARIA FORMICHELL ELSDEN


ROMAN FEVER: DOMESTICITY & NATIONALISM IN 19TH CENTUR AMERICAN WOMEN'S WRITING epub

ISBN: 081425117X

ISBN13: 978-0814251171

Author: ANNAMARIA FORMICHELL ELSDEN

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: History & Criticism

Language: English

Publisher: Ohio State University Press; 1 edition (May 3, 2004)

Pages: 155 pages

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ROMAN FEVER: DOMESTICITY AND NATIONALISM IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICAN WOMEN'S WRITING ~ Annamaria Formichella Elsden ~ Ohio State University Press ~ 2004. American Council of Learned Societies.

To their contemporaries, nineteenth-century women writers were women first, artists second

To their contemporaries, nineteenth-century women writers were women first, artists second. A woman novelist, unless she disguised herself with a male pseudonym, had to expect critics to focus on her femininity and rank her with the other women writers of her day, no matter how diverse their subjects or styles. As it became apparent that Jane Austen and Maria Edgeworth were not aberrations, but the forerunners of female participation in the development of the novel, jokes about dancing dogs no longer seemed an adequate response.

Women and Women's Writings from Antiquity Through the Middle Ages. Women in the 16th, 17th, and 18th Centuries. Women in the 19th Century. Women in the Early to Mid-20th Century (1900-1960). Women's Literature from 1900 to 1960. Women's Literature from 1960 to the Present. While most scholars agree that many women writers expressly or tacitly accepted the separate sphere of domesticity that the age assumed of them, they also argue that as the century progressed, an increasing number of women began to express, in their writing, their dissatisfaction with gender relations and the plight of women in general.

Roman fever: Domesticity and nationalism in nineteenth-century American women’s writing

Roman fever: Domesticity and nationalism in nineteenth-century American women’s writing. Annamaria Formichella Elsden’s study groups six women, whose writings were shaped by their encounters with Italy, to investigate women’s attempts to leave behind the domestic, in all the senses of that term. Roman Fever foregrounds how women writers counteracted dominant stereotypes. Popular nineteenth-century portrayals of women abroad often fell into two categories: the overly assertive feminist and the hyper-feminine lady. Texts about Italy by American women move beyond these stereotypes.

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