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Title Rediscovering Margiad Evans : marginality, gender and illness / edited by Kirsti Bohata and Katie Gramich
Published Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 226 pages)
Series Gender studies in Wales
Gender studies in Wales.
Contents Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; Introduction; The Archivist's Tale: Primary Sources for the Study of Margiad Evans; 'Two Nations at War Within it': Marriage as Metaphor in Margiad Evans's Country Dance (1932); 'Born to a Million Dismemberments': Female Hybridity in the Border Writing of Margiad Evans, Hilda Vaughan and Mary Webb; Gothic Borderlands: The Hauntology of Place in the Fiction of Margiad Evans; Time, Memory and Identity in the Short Stories of Margiad Evans; Margiad Evans and Eudora Welty: A Confluence of Imaginations
The Apparitional Lover: Homoerotic and Lesbian Imagery in the Writing of Margiad Evans'Herstory' of Epilepsy in a Creative Writer: The Case of Margiad Evans; Warding off the Real: The Recreation of Self in Autobiography and A Ray of Darkness; 'The Human Tune': Margiad Evans and the Frustrating Fifties; Margiad Evans: Memory, Fiction and Autobiography; 'Eternity is Now my Mood': A View of the Later Writings of Margiad Evans; Bibliography; Index
Summary This collection of essays rediscovers and reassesses the extraordinary literary legacy of the border writer, Margiad Evans (1909-48) - novelist, poet, short story writer and autobiographer
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Evans, Margiad, 1909-1958 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form Electronic book
Author Bohata, Kirsti.
Gramich, Katie.
ISBN 0708325610 (electronic bk.)
9780708325612 (electronic bk.)