Gender, Narrative, and Dissonance in the Modern Italian Novel
Combining close textual readings with a broad theoretical perspective, this book is a study of the ways in which gender shapes the characters and narratives of seven important Italian novels of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Subjects: Language & Literature, Sociology
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