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Could anyone please suggest a good novel that was written pre-1900 that would be good to compare with either Angela Carter’s ‘the Bloody Chamber’ or Carol Ann Duffy’s ‘the World’s Wife’ as my teacher has suggested dollhouse but I don’t like the look of it much thank you
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Assuming this is to do with either reframing narrative styles, womens' writing, or both, The Yellow Wallpaper is a good option for a woman's viewpoint, and has elements of gothic in it as well. It is a novella as opposed to a longer novel, so I don't know if that's allowed. For actual novels there's Jane Eyre (themes of women, oppression, slight gothic) or The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (changes from a male viewpoint to a woman's, deals with subjected women, is quite proto-feminist in its ending)
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