Ambiguous Discourse: Feminist Narratology & British Women Writers

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See Prince's revised version of this argument, "On Narratology: Criteria, Corpus, Context," Narrative 3. 1 ( January 1995): 73-84. See also Susan Lanser's response to Prince in Narrative 3. 1, "Sexing the Narrative: Propriety, Desire, and the Engendering of Narratology."

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