This study charts the origins of the exclusion in the 1950s focusing on the fifties cultural criticism associated with the New Left; the writing of the so-called 'Angry Young Man' (as in Lucky Jim and Look Back in Anger ); and the much overlooked category of women's writing of the period and writing of the time was shaped by gender.
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(216mm x 140mm x 12mm)
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Author Biography - Susan Brook
SUSAN BROOK is an Assistant Professor at Simon Fraser University in Vancover, Canada. Her research interests include postwar British fiction, cultural theory, especially feminist and gender theory, and urban studies, especially suburbia. She has published articles in Hanif Kureishi, Lynne Reid Banks and John Osborne.