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Elizabeth Bowen's Psychoanalytic Fiction, Hardback Book

Elizabeth Bowen's Psychoanalytic Fiction Hardback

Part of the Midcentury Modern Writers series

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Fuses historical and psychoanalytic perspectives to offer a provocative and original analysis of Elizabeth Bowen's fiction The first major analysis of Elizabeth Bowen's fiction to appear since 2004Substantial, in-depth and distinctive interpretation of her novels and short storiesLiterary analysis informed by biographical, cultural and political contextualisation This book provides a new account of Bowen's fiction that highlights in particular the force and originality of Bowen's virtually psychoanalytic thinking about development, sexuality and gender.

Focusing on the relationship between Bowen's work and the socio-political matrix from which it emerges, Coulson presents a pyschoanalytic literary interpretation informed by biographical, cultural and political contextualisation.

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