Whether one agrees with these authors, the fact is that any newer work on feminist studies will quote this book.
This book went so far above and beyond my expectations that I'd bought my own copy and taken the library book back within a week.
Anyone interested in Women's Literature or the Victorian Novel in general needs to let Gilbert and Gubar into their lives.
This is an amazing, remarkable, fundamental work reviewing Victorian literature from a feminist perspective and covering the great voices of the Brontes, Mary Shelley, George... Read morePublished 13 months ago by dca
This book was published in the late 1970's - which made me believe its message would be dated and no longer relevant to my PhD studies. I could not have been more wrong. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Wendy J. Dunn, author of Dear Heart, How Like You This?
"The Madwoman in the Attic:The Woman Writer and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination" provides a full history of the plight of women writers and sites... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Marissa
For many, this book is essential reading since Gilbert and Gabar really employ a penetrating critical lens to their subject.Published 14 months ago by Patricia Lonchar
The product was delivered on time and quality is good too. Recommended to but to this seller. No doubt to do itPublished 17 months ago by Gustavo
Took a while to get here, but the book looks great and was inexpensive. I would definitely recommend this book.Published 18 months ago by Meagan Anthony
Lots of good information on why there is a mad woman in the attic in these English novels, another good readPublished 23 months ago by Andrea E. Heerdt
The book was on time, in perfect shape, and a long book. I'm not ready to dive in yet. I'll start when the semester is over.Published on March 25, 2013 by L.L. Learner