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An examination of embodied female identity in contemporary crime fiction by women writers

By Elizabeth F. Emanuel

Abstract

This practice-based dissertation explores issues relating to women's identity and embodiment within the framework of the crime fiction novel and contends that the genre offers women writers the opportunity to question, undermine, and redirect existing values related to the construction of the female image

Topics: Women, Feminism, Pariarchy, Crime Fiction, Fatness
Publisher: 'Queensland University of Technology'
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:98017

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