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Language, Identity and Reality in the Work of Christine Brooke-Rose


Michela Canepari-Labib

Contents: Introduction: Theories and authors that contributed to Brooke-Rose’s formation as a writer – Section One: Brooke-Rose’s journey from Realism to experimentalism – Section Two: The juxtaposition of different languages in Brooke-Rose’s novels – Conclusion: The general deconstructive principles lying behind Brooke-Rose’s fiction.