The research blog of Annabel Wearring-Smith, M4C Funded PhD Researcher at the University of Nottingham
Every word a woman writes changes the story of the world, revises the official version.
Annabel is a PhD candidate at the University of Nottingham researching the feminist publishing networks of Virago Press.
Read More about her research and interests here
Language is power, life and the instrument of culture, the instrument of domination and liberation
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Antonia White’s Frost in May is the first book in a quartet of autobiographical novels written by White across a two-decade span. Although the novels area quartet, can be read on their own accord and as a continuation of one story, they can also be distinguished as one standalone novel, Frost in May (1933), and […]
In 1870s New York a scandal is sweeping through the opera house. The beautiful and mysterious Countess Ellen Olenska is sitting in her family box, flagrantly ignoring society’s etiquette of scorn for a woman who has fled her husband. Witnessing this transgression is Newland Archer, an up-and-coming gentleman lawyer who is engaged to the Countess’ […]
Harriet Hume, a beautiful piano player mystical in femininity and whimsy, meets with Arnold Conodrex, an ambitious politician seeking possession of worldly power in her run-down room in Kensington. Between the shabby walls of her Kensington house, blooms a love between the couple that extends out into the overgrown sublimity of Harriet’s garden. They share […]
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