Alexandra K. Wettlaufer is Professor in the Department of French and Italian and the Plan II Honors Program, College of Liberal Arts.
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By pairing painting and literature in a single study that also considers works from two distinct but closely related cultures, Portraits of the Artist as a Young Woman locates the interpretation of these works in the dialogic context in which they were created and consumed, highlighting aesthetic and political intersections between nineteenth-century British and French art, literature, and feminism that are too often elided by the disciplinary boundaries of
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