- More and more, the voices of women in fiction are being taken seriously. This timely book participates in the reshaping of our collective imagination being undertaken by women writers. In a set of readings which examines the work of Audrey Thomas, Margaret Atwood, Jane Rule, Alice Munro, Marian Engel, and Mavis Gallant, Lorna Irvine brings out the stories within the stories that overturn traditional conventions for writing and reading literary texts. Here is a book that will help inform opinions on a topic of growing interest.
LORNA IRVINE teaches at George Mason University in Washington, D.C.
Published: January 1985
Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 in.