|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Introduction -- Chapter one. Olive Schreiner: diamonds, prostitution and From man to man -- Chapter two. Sarojini Naidu: feminist nationalism and cross-cultural poetics -- Chapter three. Sara Jeannette Duncan: A Canadian girl in London -- Chapter four. Katherine Mansfield: colonial modernism and the magazines -- Chapter five. Jean Rhys: 'A savage from the Cannibal Islands' -- Chapter six. Una Marson: 'Little brown girl' in a 'White, white city' -- Chapter seven. Christina Stead: transnationalism and the sea voyage -- Afterword -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
|| Examines colonial women writers who traveled to London in the modernist period, and the significance of gender to empire and modernism.
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|| Print version record.