The Female Thermometer : Eighteenth-Century Culture and the Invention of the Uncanny: Eighteenth-Century Culture and the Invention of the Uncanny
Oxford University Press, USA, 24/03/1995 - 288 páginas
A collection of the author's essays on the history and development of female identity from the 18th to the early 20th centuries. Throughout the book are woven themes which are constant in Castle's work: fantasy, hallucination, travesty, transgression and sexual ambiguity.
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The Female Thermometer
Amy Who Knew My Disease A Psychosexual Pattern in Defoes Roxana
Matters Not Fit to be Mentioned Fieldings The Female Husband
The Culture of Travesty Sexuality and Masquerade in EighteenthCentury England
The Carnivalization of EighteenthCentury English Narrative
The Spectralization of the Other in The Mysteries of Udolpho
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