- Title Pages
- Introduction: ‘No Region for Tourists and Women’
Chapter 1Constructing Race Across The Atlantic: Nella Larsen's Quicksand
Chapter 2Assimilation In The (Fictional) Heartland: Bharati Mukherjee's Jasmine
Chapter 3‘There is No World Outside the Text’: Transatlantic Slippage in Eva Hoffman's Lost in Translation
Chapter 4The Anti-Tourist: Jenny Diski's Skating to Antarctica and Stranger on a Train: Daydreaming and Smoking Around America with Interruptions
Chapter 5‘An Invention of the Americans’: Negotiating the Foreign in Anne Tyler's Novels
Chapter 6Cross-Dressing and Transnational Space: Isabel Allende's Daughter of Fortune
- Transatlantic Women's Literature
- Edinburgh University Press
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