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Women Writers: Voices in Transition - for iPod/iPhone

Women Writers: Voices in Transition - for iPod/iPhone

Date de sortie : 2015-07-24
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Date de sortie : 2015-07-24
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Katherine Mansfield

Katherine Mansfield

Delia da Sousa re-examines the life and works of short story writer Katherine Mansfield, author of short stories including ‘The Garden Party’ and ‘The Voyage’. Taken from a four part series examining the lives, work and influence of women writer
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Delia da Sousa re-examines the life and works of short story writer Katherine Mansfield, author of short stories including ‘The Garden Party’ and ‘The Voyage’. Taken from a four part series examining the lives, work and influence of women writers: Virginia Woolf, Jean Rhys, Katherine Mansfield and Jeanette Winterson. ‘Women Writers: Voices in Transition’ looks at how writing and reputation are often forged in transition, uncertainty and change.
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Date de publication : 24/7/2015 à 16:23:26

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In the last century which women writers have truly challenged the existing forms of literature? How did they make their voices heard using brand new techniques and styles? For centuries there have been women writers who have changed the face of literature, but we tend to talk of their lives and work in very certain terms. This series of video-slideshows reveals how writing and reputation are often forged in transition, uncertainty and change. In these 4 films we re-examine the lives, work and influence of: Virginia Woolf, Jean Rhys, Katherine Mansfield and Jeanette Winterson.
This material forms part of the Open University course A300 20th century literature: texts and debates.

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