A Simple Story
is no simple answer to their predicament, and that their conflict can only be resolved in the next generation.
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- Paperback | 384 pages
- 129 x 195 x 16mm | 266g
- 14 Sep 2009
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
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David Holloway, Sunday Telegraph 'Excellent text, well edited.'
Henry Merritt, C.C.A.T. 'Excellent choice of reprint'
I. A. Bell, Aberystwyth 'A charming marginally pre-Austen tale'
Shirley de Kock, Southern Africa Cape Times 'well worth reading, standing as it does at a watershed of the English novel'
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About Elizabeth Inchbald
Jane Spencer is a lecturer in English at the University of Edinburgh. Her other publications include The Rise of the Woman Novelist (Blackwell, 1986). Her introduction to A Simple Story reconsiders Elizabeth Inchbald in the light of current feminist thinking.