Short fiction by women from Wales: a neglected tradition

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Deininger, Michelle;
  • Subject: PN

This thesis traces the emergence of a distinct literary tradition of female-authored short fiction in Wales. It knits together a range of theoretical frameworks, including travel writing theories, ethnography and auto-ethnography, and ecofeminism, in order to adequately... View more
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