This entry introduces readers to the narrative of Christine Brooke-Rose, briefly presenting some of her major works. It thus follows her literary production, from the realist novels of the 1950s to the experimental texts she has published, beginning with *Out* (1964) in almost fifty years. The author’s main thematics and fundamental linguistic strategies are brought to the fore and succinctly analysed within the framework of the literary production of post-war Britain.

‘Brooke-Rose’ / Michela Canepari. - STAMPA. - (2001), pp. 144-147.

‘Brooke-Rose’

CANEPARI, Michela
2001

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This entry introduces readers to the narrative of Christine Brooke-Rose, briefly presenting some of her major works. It thus follows her literary production, from the realist novels of the 1950s to the experimental texts she has published, beginning with *Out* (1964) in almost fifty years. The author’s main thematics and fundamental linguistic strategies are brought to the fore and succinctly analysed within the framework of the literary production of post-war Britain.
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‘Brooke-Rose’ / Michela Canepari. - STAMPA. - (2001), pp. 144-147.
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