*Out*, published in 1964, inaugurates Brooke-Rose's first experimental tetralogy, marking a new phase in the author's career. The scope of this article is to assess the value the novel assumes in Brooke-Rose's production as a whole, focusing in particular on the deconstructive effort the author exhibits in this first, perhaps slightly tentative, experimental text.

The Deconstruction of Racial Identity in Christine Brooke-Rose’s *Out* / Michela Canepari. - In: ANNALI. ISTITUTO UNIVERSITARIO ORIENTALE. ANGLISTICA. - ISSN 1125-1077. - 4:1(2000), pp. 161-189.

The Deconstruction of Racial Identity in Christine Brooke-Rose’s *Out*

CANEPARI, Michela
2000

Abstract

*Out*, published in 1964, inaugurates Brooke-Rose's first experimental tetralogy, marking a new phase in the author's career. The scope of this article is to assess the value the novel assumes in Brooke-Rose's production as a whole, focusing in particular on the deconstructive effort the author exhibits in this first, perhaps slightly tentative, experimental text.
The Deconstruction of Racial Identity in Christine Brooke-Rose’s *Out* / Michela Canepari. - In: ANNALI. ISTITUTO UNIVERSITARIO ORIENTALE. ANGLISTICA. - ISSN 1125-1077. - 4:1(2000), pp. 161-189.
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