Nineteenth-Century American Women's Novels
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Acknowledgments; Part I. Introduction: Part II. Narrative Designs and Textual Rebellions: 1. Preludes: the early didactic novel: Narrative control in Charlotte Temple and A New-England Tale; 2. Introduction to the exploratory text: subversions of the narrative design in St Elmo; 3. Decoding the exploratory text: subversions of the narrative design in Queechy; Part III. Narrative Rebellions and Textual Designs: 4. Inscribing and defining: the many voices of Fanny Fern's Ruth Hall; 5. Extending and subverting: the iconography of houses in The Deserted Wife; 6. Projecting the 'I'/conoclast: first-person narration in The Morgesons; Part IV. The Later Didactic Novel: 7. Narrative control and thematic radicalism in work and The Silent Partner; Part V. Conclusions and Implications: 8. Anomalies and anxieties: The Story of Avis, A Country Doctor, The Awakening, O Pioneers!; Notes; General index Index to diaries, letters and reviews; Index to literary and historical references.
This study proposes interpretive strategies for nineteenth-century American women's novels.