Tautological Crimes: Why Women Can't Steal Jewels

Briefel, Aviva
September 2003
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Fall2003/Spring2004, Vol. 37 Issue 1/2, p135
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Explores the trope of tautological crime with emphasis on the role of nineteenth century material culture in shaping female selves and desires. Manifestations of female desire; Debate on property ownership and material desires; Problem associated to female ownership.


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