Landed Patriarchy in Fielding's Novels: Fictional Landscapes, Fictional Genders (Studies in British Literature S. v. 35)
By: Gary Gautier (author)Hardback
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Using Henry Fielding's novels as a touchstone to larger cultural patterns, this study analyzes networks of class and gender ideologies that inform Fielding's five major works of fiction.
Fictional landscapes and a geology of gender; characterization, traditional romance and a Latitudinarian sentiment - specific gender issues; charity and chastity; men and male bonding; women and female bonding; marriage and family; rape and incest; "Amelia" - a shifting gender field; gender and genre in the early English novel; rethinking the feminization of Georgian culture. Appendices: legislative trinity figures; Tony Richardson's Fielding films.
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