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Neo-Victorianism’s Inhospitable Hospitality: A Case Study of Michel Faber’s The Crimson Petal and the White (2002) / Marie-luise Kohlke

EJES [The European Journal of English Studies], Volume: 24

Swansea University Author: Marie-luise, Kohlke

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This article explores neo-Victorianism as an enactment of a curiously inhospitable form of hospitality afforded its consumers/audiences. Implicit gender biases underpinning Emmanuel Levinas' and Jacques Derrida's conceptualizations of hospitality are analysed via a case study of Michel Fab...

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Published in: EJES [The European Journal of English Studies]
ISSN: 13825577
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Abstract: This article explores neo-Victorianism as an enactment of a curiously inhospitable form of hospitality afforded its consumers/audiences. Implicit gender biases underpinning Emmanuel Levinas' and Jacques Derrida's conceptualizations of hospitality are analysed via a case study of Michel Faber's novel The Crimson Petal and the White (2002), as well as a several other neo-Victorian texts.
Keywords: The Crimson Petal and the White, Jacques Derrida, Michel Faber, inhospitable hospitality, Emmanuel Levinas, Otherness
College: College of Arts and Humanities