Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Doyle, Arthur Conan (2014326), The Doctors of Hoyland, Retrieved on 2017-12-12
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    12 DEC 2017

     Feminist Portrayal in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Writing

    All day the memory of this interview haunted him. He felt that he had come very badly out of it. She had showed herself to be his superior on his own pet subject. She had been courteous while he had been rude, self-possessed when he had been angry. And then, above all, there was her presence, her monstrous intrusion to rankle in his mind. A woman doctor had been an abstract thing before, repugnant but distant. Now she was there in actual practice, with a brass plate up just like his own, comp...
    Folksonomies: feminism fiction
    Folksonomies: feminism fiction
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