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Narrative in the Professional Age: Transatlantic Readings of Harriet Beecher Stowe, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, and George Eliot (Literary Criticism and Cultural Theory) Hardcover – March 2, 2004

ISBN-13: 978-0415969949 ISBN-10: 0415969948 Edition: 1st

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"Cognard-Black's study engages and extends transatlantic studies in significant ways. She resists the 'antagonist thesis'. . .that nineteenth-century American writers felt a sense of inferiority to their British counterparts, suffering a sort of Bloomian 'anxiety of influence.' Cognard-Black argues instead that the transatlantic relationships of Stowe, Eliot, and Phelps were not simply examples of British influence on American writers. . . , but demonstrate literary collaboration and interdependence."
 
--Whitney Womack Smith
Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies (2009)

About the Author

Jennifer Cognard-Black is Professor of English at St. Mary's College of Maryland, where she teaches women writers, the novel, feminist literary theory, fiction writing, and the literatures of food.

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Jennifer Cognard-Black is an award-winning writer of short fiction, essays, and studies of women writers. A regular contributor to Ms Magazine, she is the author of four books: a collection of food writing, _Books that Cook: The Making of a Literary Meal_ (NYUP 2014); a writing textbook, _Advancing Rhetoric_ (Kendall Hunt 2006); an anthology of letters by women writers, _Kindred Hands_ (U of Iowa P 2006); and a study of transatlantic Victorian women writers, _Narrative in the Professional Age_ (Routledge 2004). Cognard-Black has received a Fulbright to Slovenia, a Maryland State Arts Council grant, and the Norton T. Dodge Award for Creative and Scholarly Achievement. Her short fiction, which she publishes under the penname J. Annie MacLeod, has been nominated for Pushcart prizes and has appeared in journals such as _Another Chicago Magazine_, _The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction_, and, most recently, _Versal_. A Professor of English, Cognard-Black teaches fiction writing, women writers, and the novel at St. Mary's College of Maryland, a public liberal arts college. In addition to writing and teaching, Cognard-Black is ever perfecting recipes for her special topics class on the literatures of food, "Books that Cook." Visit her website: jennifercognard-black.com or email her at jcognard@smcm.edu

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