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Heather Elizabeth Ingman (born 26 December 1953) is a British academic, noted for her work on Irish and British .

Heather Elizabeth Ingman (born 26 December 1953) is a British academic, noted for her work on Irish and British women's writing, the Irish short story, gender studies and modernism. 1998: Women's Fiction Between the Wars: Mothers, Daughters and Writing (Edinburgh University Press, ISBN 9780748609406, with critical analysis of Virginia Woolf, Dorothy Richardson, Ivy Compton-Burnett, Elizabeth Bowen, Rose Macaulay and Jean Rhys).

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Helen is beautiful, lazy, the daughter of an Irish peer, a painter and scholar who is fond of gambling. Ingman, Heather: Rose Macaulay: Flight from the Mother in Women's Fiction Between the Wars: Mothers, Daughters and Writing. Her seventeen-year-old daughter Barbary Deniston (Helen left her first husband, an English barrister) and her fifteen-year-old step-son Raoul Michel have run wild, associating with the Maquis, helping a guerrilla band with schemes of sabotage and harassing the Germans. Helen also has a two-year-old son by Maurice Michel, whom Barbary dotes on, but mother and daughter have grown apart.

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Focusing on six key writers of the inter-war period--Virginia Woolf, Dorothy Richardson, Ivy Compton-Burnett, Elizabeth Bowen, Rose Macaulay and Jean Rhys--this book looks at the way these writers explore the mother-daughter relation, finding in it a key to their identity as women and as artists. By situating the mother-daughter story within a specific historical context, Heather Ingman is able, for the first time, to draw parallels between the work of women novelists and that of female psychoanalysts Helene Deutsch, Melanie Klein and Karen Horney during the inter-war period. Her book argues that inter-war women writers renegotiate motherhood, rescuing it from Freud's hostile account and remolding it to suit women's actual experience in a way that empowers them as artists.
Women's Fiction Between the Wars: Mothers, Daughters and Writing download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Heather Ingman
ISBN: 0312215150
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (June 15, 1998)
Pages: 192 pages