From Sagely Wisdom to Supervision: Nightingale As Sage and Nurse.
Nineteenth-Century Prose 1998, Spring, 25, 1
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Susan Hamilton explores the ways in which Victorian women produce intellectual prose writing in a period when the "intellectual" is resolutely gendered masculine. Arguing that two apparently unrelated Nightingale texts, Cassandra and Notes on Nursing, articulate related concerns about women's place in Victorian culture, this essay explores Nightingale's access to and appropriation of sites of textual authority. **********
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- Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
- Published: 22 March 1998
- Publisher: Nineteenth-Century Prose
- Print Length: 32 Pages
- Language: English