5 edition of What did Miss Darrington see? found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Jessica Amanda Salmonson ; introduction by Rosemary Jackson.|
|Contributions||Salmonson, Jessica Amanda.|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||1558610057, 1558610065|
Emma B Cobb Emma B Cobb is the author of books such as What Did Miss Darrington See?. Books by Emma B Cobb. "The Debutante" by Leonora Carrington WHEN I was a debutante I often went to the zoological garden. I went so often that I was better acquainted with animals than with the young girls of my age. It was to escape from the world that I .
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Miss Darrington did exactly what a conventional young woman of her class and upbringing would have done at that time. She became a governess/companion and then a teacher. She was competent/intelligent/lucky enough to be able to open her own school, but this was a perfectly respectable enterprise for a woman in her circumstances/5(9).
This is an anthology of feminist supernatural short stories written between and Almost all the stories have a ghost, but none are truly horror stories. At least not like how we consider horror today. They are just mostly ghost stories with the most common theme of women trying to be authentic/5.
During the singing of the first stanza Raphael kept his position on the sofa, but the second had not proceeded far when, with a smothered exclamation, he started upright, and sat leaning eagerly forward, listening with a flushed and working face.
At the close he sprang to his feet, and came toward her, his eyes burning like coals of fire/5. What Did Miss Darrington See?: An Anthology of Feminist Supernatural Fiction Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Editor, Rosemary Jackson, Illustrator Feminist Press $ (p) ISBN Two dozen tales,offering supernatural variations by and about women who espouse a specifically feminist point of view: a What did Miss Darrington see?
book different approach, effective even when the ideas tend toward a certain sameness. Thus, several of the variations herethe older ones in particularconcern women visited by the apparitions of dying or recently departed.
What Did Miss Darrington See. edited by Jessica Amanda Salmonson #BookReview Published by GracieKat on April 4, Winner of a Lambda Literary Award, this collection of twenty-four entertaining and haunting 19th-and 20th-century tales from the US, Britain, and Latin America reclaims a literary tradition that has long been overlooked.
What did Miss Darrington see?: an anthology of feminist supernatural fiction, edited by Jessica Amanda Salmonson ; introduction by Rosemary Jackson. What did Miss Darrington see?: an anthology of feminist supernatural fiction by Salmonson, Jessica AmandaPages: Lambda Literary Foundation W.
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Books Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Format: Paperback. Winner of a Lambda Literary Award, this collection of twenty-four entertaining and haunting 19th-and 20th-century tales from the US, Britain, and Latin America reclaims a literary tradition that has long been overlooked.
Using such techniques as magic realism, allegory, and surrealism. Miss Darrington did exactly what a conventional young woman of her class and upbringing would have done at that time.
She became a governess/companion and then a teacher. She was competent/intelligent/lucky enough to be able to open her own school, but this was a perfectly respectable enterprise for a woman in her circumstances/5(8).
38 • What Did Miss Darrington See. • () • short story by Emma B. Cobb; 58 • La Femme Noir • () • short story by Mrs. Hall [as by Anna Maria Hall] 68 • A Friend in Need • () • short story by Lisa Tuttle; 79 • Attachment • () • short story by Phyllis Eisenstein.
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What did Miss Darrington see?: an anthology of feminist supernatural fiction. [Jessica Amanda Salmonson;] -- Pointing out the paucity of stories by women in U.S. anthologies of supernatural fiction, editor Salmonson shows what current male dominance in the field has hidden in a selection of 24 English.
What did Miss Darrington see. by Jessica Amanda Salmonson; 1 edition; Subjects: Fantasy literature, Paranormal fiction, Fiction, Women authors, Feminist fiction.
What Did Miss Darrington See. (Dodo Press) by Emma B. Cobb ISBN ISBN Paperback; Dodo Press; ISBN Most of them are something like “women’s fiction” perhaps, simply stories about women and women’s relationships, their concerns.
That kind of thing is inherently feminist in many cases. The themes are also often about women’s agency or lack thereof. Search for books, ebooks, and physical What did Miss Darrington see?: an anthology of feminist supernatural fiction / Bibliographic Details; Other Authors: Salmonson, Jessica Amanda.
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