qKate O'Brien's novel, Mary Lavalle, banned upon publication in 1936, is a key work of the twentieth century that has suffered from critical neglect despite its wider popularity with readers. This book reexamines Mary Lavalle, exploring its role in the modernist canon and its importance to political and queer activismq--Provided by publisher.In 1789 Bentham put forward the idea that whatever brings happiness to the greatest number of people is good, and that legislation ... whose 1793 PoliticalJustice is often considered the first anarchist trea- tise (as well as an example of utilitarianism), and John Stuart ... tional structures and common ownership of goods, availed of according to need; the black and red flags so associated with anti-fascistanbsp;...
|Title||:||Kate O'Brien and the Fiction of Identity|
|Author||:||Aintzane Legarreta Mentxaka|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2011-04-29|