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The odd women
Bibliography: p. 387-388.
|Statement||George Gissing ; with an introduction by Elaine Showalter.|
|Series||Meridian classic, Literature/Women"s studies|
|Contributions||Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||CPB Box no. 2985 vol. 18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 388 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||388|
|LC Control Number||83061423|
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The Odd Women introduces key themes connected with gender equality and female empowerment, such as education, working and work conditions, marriage and relationships, and the downfalls of those who can't make it in a patriarchal society that's wired to see any "odd women" fail.
There is less narrative description and much more focus on witty /5(56). The Odd Women is my first George Gissing and I was happily surprised by this very feminist novel. Named for the unpaired, "marginal" women in Victorian England, Gissing is full of surprises.
The novel questions the role of women's work, relationships, marriage and position in society/5. Buy a cheap copy of Odd Women book by George Gissing. Virginia and Alice Madden are odd women', growing old alone in Victorian England with The odd women book prospect of finding love.
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First published inthe book follows two women who must forge independent lives for themselves when they fail to find husbands. The Odd Women Language: English: LoC Class: PR: Language and Literatures: English literature: Subject: London (England) -- Fiction Subject: Psychological fiction Subject: Sisters -- Fiction Subject: Single women -- Fiction Subject: Domestic fiction Subject: English fiction -- 19th century Subject: Women -- England -- Fiction Subject: Women.
Five odd women—women without husbands—are the subject of The odd women book powerful novel, graphically set in Victorian London, by a writer whose perceptions about people, particularly women, would be remarkable in any age and are extraordinary in the 's. George Gissing's novel takes on the 19th century "Woman Question" by looking at themes of feminism, marriage, and love.
The novel raises these issues through the lives of several contrasting women: Mary Barfoot, a feminist philanthropist who helps train women for careers; her close friend Rhoda Nunn, who believes marriage is a disastrous choice for women; and.
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The Odd Women is a novel of social realism that reflects the major sexual and cultural issues of the late nineteenth century. Unlike the "New Woman" novels of the era which challenged the idea that the unmarried woman was superfluous, Gissing satirizes that image and portrays women as odd and marginal in relation to an ideal.
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The Odd Women is set in London in Mary Barfoot, a gentlewoman in her fifties, is running a secretarial school to prepare middle-class girls for occupations other than that of governess or teacher. (the glory of the book) becomes steadily and mutually eroticized. Ambitious to occupy a world of “new” women and men, these two imagine.
The odd women. [George Gissing; Patricia Ingham] -- "The impoverished Madden sisters are ill-equipped to support themselves when their father dies, and Monica sees her only chance of escape from a life of grinding misery in marriage. George Gissing's novel takes on the 19th century "Woman Question" by looking at themes of feminism, marriage, and love.
The novel raises these issues through the lives of several contrasting women: Mary Barfoot, a feminist philanthropist who helps train women for careers; her close friend Rhoda Nunn, who believes marriage is a disastrous choice for women; and 5/5(1).
George Gissing’s gripping novel The Odd Women explores themes like the role of women in society, marriage, morals, and the nascent feminist movement. Set in London, Gissing's women range from the independent free-thinker Rhoda Nunn and the idealistic Mary Barfoot to the Madden sisters who struggle to make a living.
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The Odd Women by George Gissing George Gissing’s novel tells the story of the Madden sisters, Alicia, Virginia and Monica. Their father’s death leaves them in poverty and forces them to seek ways to support themselves – this at a time when career options for genteel women were close to nonexistent.
The Odd Women is a novel of social realism that reflects the major sexual and cultural issues of the late nineteenth century. Unlike the “ New Woman ” novels of the era which challenged the idea that the unmarried woman was superfluous, Gissing satirizes that image and portrays women as odd and marginal in relation to an ideal/5(3).
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