Emily Hilda young's miss mole: Female modernity and the insufficiencies of the domestic novel

  title={Emily Hilda young's miss mole: Female modernity and the insufficiencies of the domestic novel},
  author={Stella Deen},
  journal={Women's Studies},
  pages={351 - 368}
  • S. Deen
  • Published 1 June 2001
  • Art
  • Women's Studies
Emily Hilda Young is not a household name. Alongside the modernist writers whose experimental work became our canon of early twentieth-century literature, the work of this British novelist seems conservative. But like dozens of other women writers who came of age in the first years of the twentieth century, Young's voice and attitude toward the literary traditions that nourished her are distinctly modern. Born in 1880, Young published eleven novels before her death in 1949, and her books sold… 
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