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Graham Greene: A Feminist Reading

Authors (s): Meena Malik (Author)
Format: Hardcover
ISBN-13: 4978812691270
Pages: xii+193p., Notes; Bibliography; 23cm.
Pub. date: 28.10.2009, 1st ed.
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd.
Language (s): English
Bagchee ID: BB56844
List price: US $ 37,00
Bagchee price: US $ 33,30
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Overview for Graham Greene: A Feminist Reading

From the feminist point of view, it is significant that out of all the twenty-five novels, from The Man Within (1929) to The Captain and Enemy (1988) written by Graham Greene  none is endowed with a memorable female protagonist. Greeneland assiduously denies women their rightful place in the socio-economic spheres so that they are excluded from the centers of power and authority. Greene, as a man and as a writer, has never fought shy of taking on the established order to uphold the freedom and dignity of the individual But his concept of the autonomous individual seems to exclude the autonomous female.

The present book traces the subversive perception of gender roles and the sexual politics in the novels of Graham Greene. Stereotyped images of women as well as social and psychological aspects of gender have been analyzed. Some other issues addressed in the feminist conceptual framework include male power, violence against women and identification of women with the body and its biological needs and functions. The book will be highly useful to students, teachers and researchers in the field of English literature, particularly those pursuing studies in feminism.
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