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Issue Details: First known date: 2023... 2023 Coetzee’s Schreiner, Schreiner’s Coetzee: Provincialising Allegory
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    y separately published work icon Olive Schreiner : Writing Networks and Global Contexts Jade Munslow Ong (editor), Andrew Van Der Vlies (editor), Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press , 2023 27644681 2023 anthology criticism 'This collection of essays considers the significance of South African-born writer, activist and thinker Olive Schreiner in international and multidisciplinary contexts in her time – and the ongoing relevance of her work to our own. A leading writer of New Woman Fiction at the fin de siècle, Schreiner influenced generations of readers, not to mention other writers. Taken together, these essays make the argument for a ‘new’ Schreiner Studies drawing on recent developments in scholarship on global and peripheral modernisms, activist networks and intersectionality, posthumanism, memory studies and intermediality. They position Schreiner’s work and legacy as significant for understanding literary and social archives, race and gender performance, and the rise of literary modernism in the global Anglosphere.' (Publication summary) Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press , 2023
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