Authenticity, authority and the author: the sugared voice of the neo-victorian in The crimson petal and the white

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Abstract

This chapter looks at the sugared voice of the neo-victorian in The crimson petal and the white by Michel Faber.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCross-gendered literary voices
Subtitle of host publicationappropriating, resisting, embracing
EditorsClaire Westall, Rina Kim
Pages185-203
Number of pages19
Publication statusPublished - 22 May 2012

Keywords

  • sugared voice
  • crimson petal and white
  • neo-victorian
  • authenticity
  • authority
  • author

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Llewellyn, M. (2012). Authenticity, authority and the author: the sugared voice of the neo-victorian in The crimson petal and the white. In C. Westall, & R. Kim (Eds.), Cross-gendered literary voices : appropriating, resisting, embracing (pp. 185-203)