The Massarenes by Ouida

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King, A. (ed.) 2011. The Massarenes by Ouida. London Pickering & Chatto.
EditorsKing, A.
Abstract

Ouida (real name: Maria Louise Ramé) was a particularly vocal opponent of the New Woman despite creating numerous example of the type during her prolific writing career. The Massarenes (1897) is a powerful satire on the consumer society of the 1890s and the superficial values of high society. It centres on the Massarene family and their entrance into Society via despicable means. William Massarene’s daughter, Katherine, rejects such ill-gotten gains, however, and follows her own path.

Year2011
PublisherPickering & Chatto
Output statusPublished
Publication dates
PrintMay 2011
Publication process dates
Deposited14 Jul 2011
Place of publicationLondon
SeriesNew Woman Fiction, 1881–1899
ISBN9781851966431
Journal citation7
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