Italian Women Writers, 1800–2000 : Boundaries, Borders, and Transgression.

By: Sambuco, Patrizia
Contributor(s): Brioni, Simone | Caesar, Ann Hallamore | David, Eleanor | De Ferra, Donatella | Sarti, Lisa | Ganeri, Margherita | Gragnani, Cristina | Jewell, Rhianedd | Morandini, Giuliana
Publisher: Madison : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2014Copyright date: ©2014Description: 1 online resource (148 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781611477917Subject(s): Italian literature -- Women writers -- History and criticism.;Italian literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.;Italian literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.;Women and literature -- Italy.;Women and literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Italian Women Writers, 1800–2000 : Boundaries, Borders, and TransgressionDDC classification: 850.9 LOC classification: PQ4055.W6 -- .I835 2015ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Cover-Page -- Half-Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Section I -- 1.1 Confinement, and Shifting Boundaries in Post-Unification Writing by Women -- 1.2 Women Writers Confined: The Case of Neera -- 1.3 Nineteenth-Century Women Writers between Marginality and (Aspirations of) Inclusion: A Puzzling Balance -- 1.4 Sardinian Confines in the Works of Grazia Deledda -- Section II -- 2.1 Boundaries, the Work of Writing and the Female Soul -- 2.2 The Dialogue with the Dead in Patrizia Valduga's Requiem -- 2.3 Staging Motherhood: Considering Annie Vivanti's Fact and Fiction -- 2.4 The Shadow of the Author in La Storia -- Section III -- 3.1 Topographies of Identity -- 3.2 Across Languages, Cultures, and Nations: Ribka Sibhatu's Aulò -- 3.3 The Mediation of Borders, in Greta Vidal by Antonella Sbuelz Carignani -- 3.4 Crossing Boundaries and Borders: Matilde Serao's Travel Writing -- Index -- About the Contributors.
Summary: This book investigates narrative, autobiography, and poetry by Italian women writers from the nineteenth century to today and considers the topics of boundaries and borders in their writings.
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Cover-Page -- Half-Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Section I -- 1.1 Confinement, and Shifting Boundaries in Post-Unification Writing by Women -- 1.2 Women Writers Confined: The Case of Neera -- 1.3 Nineteenth-Century Women Writers between Marginality and (Aspirations of) Inclusion: A Puzzling Balance -- 1.4 Sardinian Confines in the Works of Grazia Deledda -- Section II -- 2.1 Boundaries, the Work of Writing and the Female Soul -- 2.2 The Dialogue with the Dead in Patrizia Valduga's Requiem -- 2.3 Staging Motherhood: Considering Annie Vivanti's Fact and Fiction -- 2.4 The Shadow of the Author in La Storia -- Section III -- 3.1 Topographies of Identity -- 3.2 Across Languages, Cultures, and Nations: Ribka Sibhatu's Aulò -- 3.3 The Mediation of Borders, in Greta Vidal by Antonella Sbuelz Carignani -- 3.4 Crossing Boundaries and Borders: Matilde Serao's Travel Writing -- Index -- About the Contributors.

This book investigates narrative, autobiography, and poetry by Italian women writers from the nineteenth century to today and considers the topics of boundaries and borders in their writings.

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