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Women in the House of Fiction: Post-War Women Novelists
by Lorna Sage
Stressing the longevity and tenacity of women's involvement in fiction, Women in the House of Fiction explores the ways that this history has been formed by changes in the novel, critical theory, and feminist politics. the tradition of the novel, with its
structures , spaces, and containments.
Hardcover, 216 pages
Published August 14th 1992 by Routledge
(first published 1992)
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The eldest child of Valma and Eric Stockton, she was named after Lorna Doone . Sage was born at Hanmer, Flintshire, Wales, and educated at the village school, then at the Girls' High School in Whitchurch, Shropshire. Her childhood in the late 1940s and early 1950s is recalled in her last book Bad Blood. Sage became pregnant when she was 16 but was able to continue her education and won a schola ...moreMore about Lorna Sage...