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Moving on: the heroines of Shirley Ann Grau, Anne Tyler, and Gail Godwin

Moving on: the heroines of Shirley Ann Grau, Anne Tyler, and Gail Godwin

Kissel, Susan S

A critical analysis of Grau, Tyler, and Godwin as representatives of how contemporary white, southern women novelists are evolving from a patriarchal tradition to an independent and communal voice in fiction. Kissel (English, Northern Kentucky U.) compares the authors with black southern women writers who have already created independent and mature

Book. English.
Published Bowling Green, OH : Bowling Green State University Popular Press 1996
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Statement of responsibility: Susan S. Kissel
ISBN: 087972711X, 0879727128, 9780879727116, 9780879727123
Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-226) and index.
Physical Description: x, 232 p. ; 24 cm.
Subject: Grau, Shirley Ann Characters Heroines.; Southern States In literature.; Women and literature Southern States History 20th century.; Godwin, Gail Characters Heroines.; Women in literature.; American fiction 20th century History and criticism.; American fiction Southern States History and criticism.; Tyler, Anne, 1941-; Heroines in literature.; American fiction Women authors History and criticism.; American fiction White authors History and criticism.