Review of Sisters in Literature: Female Sexuality in 'Antigone', 'Middlemarch', 'Howard's End', and 'Women in Love' by Masako Hirai

Title

Review of Sisters in Literature: Female Sexuality in 'Antigone', 'Middlemarch', 'Howard's End', and 'Women in Love' by Masako Hirai

Description

While the main theme of this book is clear and easily grasped, there is an unevenness about the treatment which at times is disconcerting. Biography and critical argument sit uneasily together, some of the statements are outside the frame of current criticism, and there are some subjective and questionable assertions…

Creator

Graham Handley

Source

George Eliot Review
1999: 30, 71

Publisher

GER and George Eliot Archive

Date

Published 1999
Digitized 2017

Document Viewer

Citation

Graham Handley, “Review of Sisters in Literature: Female Sexuality in 'Antigone', 'Middlemarch', 'Howard's End', and 'Women in Love' by Masako Hirai,” George Eliot Review Online, accessed September 19, 2021, https://georgeeliotreview.org/items/show/489.