Beyond the Gibson Girl: Reimagining the American New Woman, 1895-1915

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"Patterson's work is insightful, penetrating, and highly readable... Highly recommended." Choice "Patterson is to be lauded for problematizing the figure of the New Woman in literature and popular culture beyond what has been done in any previous studies, especially in the way she examines the competing and conflicting claims, constraints, and possibilities for women." Journal of American History "An engaging and thought-provoking analysis of the Gibson Girl... As cultural history and as literary analysis, the book succeeds in deepening our understanding of a potent American icon." American Historical Review "In her richly archival study, Martha Patterson ... productively complicates the American New Woman's literary and cultural history." Modernism/modernity

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Challenging monolithic images of the New Woman as white, well-educated, and politically progressive, this study focuses on important regional, ethnic, and socio-political differences in the use of the New Woman trope at the turn of the twentieth century. Using Charles Dana Gibson's "Gibson Girls" as a point of departure, Martha H. Patterson explores how writers such as Pauline Hopkins, Margaret Murray Washington, Sui Sin Far, Mary Johnston, Edith Wharton, Ellen Glasgow, and Willa Cather challenged and redeployed the New Woman image in light of other "new" conceptions: the "New Negro Woman," the "New Ethics," the "New South," and the "New China." Examining a diverse array of cultural products, Patterson shows how the seemingly celebratory term of the New Woman becomes a trope not only of progressive reform, consumer power, transgressive femininity, modern energy, and modern cure, but also of racial and ethnic taxonomies, social Darwinist struggle, imperialist ambition, assimilationist pressures, and modern decay.

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Martha H. Patterson
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Descripción University of Illinois Press, United States, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Reprint. 234 x 154 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Challenging monolithic images of the New Woman as white, well-educated, and politically progressive, this study focuses on important regional, ethnic, and sociopolitical differences in the use of the New Woman trope at the turn of the twentieth century. Using Charles Dana Gibson s u0022Gibson Girls u0022 as a point of departure, Martha H. Patterson explores how writers such as Pauline Hopkins, Margaret Murray Washington, Sui Sin Far, Mary Johnston, Edith Wharton, Ellen Glasgow, and Willa Cather challenged and redeployed the New Woman image in light of other u0022new u0022 conceptions: the u0022New Negro Woman, u0022 the u0022New Ethics, u0022 the u0022New South, u0022 and the u0022New China. u0022 As she appears in these writers works, the New Woman both promises and threatens to effect sociopolitical change as a consumer, an instigator of evolutionary and economic development, and, for writers of color, an icon of successful assimilation into dominant Anglo-American culture. Examining a diverse array of cultural products, Patterson shows how the seemingly celebratory term of the New Woman becomes a trope not only of progressive reform, consumer power, transgressive femininity, modern energy, and modern cure, but also of racial and ethnic taxonomies, social Darwinist struggle, imperialist ambition, assimilationist pressures, and modern decay. Nº de ref. de la librería AAJ9780252075636

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Descripción University of Illinois Press, United States, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Reprint. 234 x 154 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Challenging monolithic images of the New Woman as white, well-educated, and politically progressive, this study focuses on important regional, ethnic, and sociopolitical differences in the use of the New Woman trope at the turn of the twentieth century. Using Charles Dana Gibson s u0022Gibson Girls u0022 as a point of departure, Martha H. Patterson explores how writers such as Pauline Hopkins, Margaret Murray Washington, Sui Sin Far, Mary Johnston, Edith Wharton, Ellen Glasgow, and Willa Cather challenged and redeployed the New Woman image in light of other u0022new u0022 conceptions: the u0022New Negro Woman, u0022 the u0022New Ethics, u0022 the u0022New South, u0022 and the u0022New China. u0022 As she appears in these writers works, the New Woman both promises and threatens to effect sociopolitical change as a consumer, an instigator of evolutionary and economic development, and, for writers of color, an icon of successful assimilation into dominant Anglo-American culture. Examining a diverse array of cultural products, Patterson shows how the seemingly celebratory term of the New Woman becomes a trope not only of progressive reform, consumer power, transgressive femininity, modern energy, and modern cure, but also of racial and ethnic taxonomies, social Darwinist struggle, imperialist ambition, assimilationist pressures, and modern decay. Nº de ref. de la librería AAJ9780252075636

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