Description - Women Writing Modern Fiction by Janice Rossen
Many women writers in twentieth-century Britain were fascinated by the individual thought processes of their characters. Women Writing Modern Fiction draws connections between the works of authors such as Elizabeth Bowen, Dorothy L. Sayers, Olivia Manning, Iris Murdoch and A.S. Byatt, who dramatize darkness in wartime, gothic terror, madness and romantic betrayal, yet celebrate the triumph of rationality and 'The Higher Common Sense'. With irony, detachment, wit and high intelligence, they bring us acrobatic tales of the mind.
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Author Biography - Janice Rossen
JANICE ROSSEN is Senior Research Fellow at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas. She has written The World of Barbara Pym, Philip Larkin: His Life's Work, and The University in Modern Fiction: When Power is Academic, in addition to a biography of Philip Toynbee. She has co-edited volumes on 1930s British novelists and Ageing and Gender in Literature: Studies in Creativity.