To My Beloved, BB4N: The history of “woman’s writing”, or the epistolary novel

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Title: To My Beloved, BB4N: The history of “woman’s writing”, or the epistolary novel
Author: Patch, Laura
Abstract: A series of memorandums on the epistolary novel as established in the 1700s and its development in the modern age with the inclusion of electronic communications. Grown from a tradition of males imitating females, epistolary novels in modern times subvert gender expectations and stratification. Rather than a male chasing a woman, these modern novels give women the opportunity to participate as equal participants in their relationship. Case study: Meg Cabot’s “Boy” series.

Peer reviewed journal of communication, culture, and technology
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Date Created: 2014-04
Rights: All Rights Reserved by Georgetown University Library
Subject: T14.5; Communication and technology; Technology and state; Technology -- Economic aspects; Epistolary fiction; Women authors
Type: Article
Location: United States
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