Margaret Drabble's The Radiant Way: Feminist metafiction

Bromberg, P.S.
September 1990
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Fall90, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p5
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Examines late twentieth-century novelist Margaret Drabble's work including, `The Radiant Way,' `The Realms of Gold,' and `The Needle's Eye.' Her anxiety about the possibility of accurately representing `reality' in imitative art in her novels; Commitment to mimesis; The evolution of nineteenth century realism beyond modernist work; Metafictional feminist realism; More.


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