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by Vineta Colby

Category: History and Criticism
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Vineta Colby
ISBN: 0814700969
ISBN13: 978-0814700969
Language: English
Publisher: New York University Press; First Edition edition (September 1, 1970)
Pages: 313
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Nineteenth-Century Fiction. The Singular Anomaly: Women Novelists of the Nineteenth Century by Vineta Colby (pp. 497-500).

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Vineta Colby, Professor Emerita of English, Queens College, City University of New York, is the author of The Singular Anomaly: Women Novelists of the Nineteenth Century and Yesterday's Woman: Domestic Realism in the English Novel, and coauthor with Robert A. Colby of Th. . Colby of The Equivocal Virtue: Mrs. Oliphant and the Victorian Literary Marketplace.

Since the publication of Vineta Colby’s The Singular Anomaly: Women Novelists of the Nineteenth Century(1970), Vernon Lee’s work on aesthetics has received . Palgrave Studies in Nineteenth-Century Writing and Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

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Vineta Colby, in The Singular Anomaly: Women Novelists of the Nineteenth Century, and Elizabeth Helsinger, Robin Sheets, and William Veeder in The Woman Question

Vineta Colby, in The Singular Anomaly: Women Novelists of the Nineteenth Century, and Elizabeth Helsinger, Robin Sheets, and William Veeder in The Woman Question. Society and Literature in Britain and America, 1837–1883 contend that the contradictions between Linton’s lifestyle and her antifeminist essays mirror Victorian England’s own contradictory attitudes regarding gender relations. A Mummer’s Wife (1885), his second novel, has been studied for Moore’s debt to French novelists, in particular Flaubert, or for the author’s reaction to the British circulating libraries’ power

The essays which follow consider a mixed bag of women novelists. The phrase is not felicitous, but it is intended to suggest the variety of types and quality of a certain group of late nineteenth-century English novels and novelists. These have in common three very large and loose characteristics: they are novels with a purpose essentially ethical and didactic; they are novels which for a brief period enjoyed a considerable and sometimes astonishing amount of attention; they were all written by women. The singular anomaly is sex, but the fact that the novelists are women is relatively unimportant. Of far greater significance is the form itself - the late nineteenth-century English novel - so rich, so flexible, and so multi-faceted that it could simultaneously and effectively serve the purposes of art, mass entertainment, public communication, popular education, propaganda, and polemics. This book is an attempt to study the novel of the period not as a work of art, but as a vehicle for the expression and dissemination of ideas. The concentration upon women novelists reflects merely an attempt to narrow the focus and to turn it more emphatically upon the novel's ethical-didactic functions.
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