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British Women Writers and the Reception of Ancient Egypt, 1840-1910 -

British Women Writers and the Reception of Ancient Egypt, 1840-1910

Imperialist Representations of Egyptian Women

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Focusing on British women writers' knowledge of ancient Egypt, Youngkin shows the oftentimes limited but pervasive representations of ancient Egyptian women in their written and visual works. Images of Hathor, Isis, and Cleopatra influenced how British writers such as George Eliot and Edith Cooper came to represent female emancipation.

Product code: 9781137570765

ISBN 9781137570765
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H216xW140
No. Of Pages 229
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
Edition 1st ed. 2016
Focusing on British women writers' knowledge of ancient Egypt, Youngkin shows the oftentimes limited but pervasive representations of ancient Egyptian women in their written and visual works. Images of Hathor, Isis, and Cleopatra influenced how British writers such as George Eliot and Edith Cooper came to represent female emancipation.