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The Unconventional Woman: A Guest Post By Natalie Nicole Thomas
Community Reviews. Showing In the s it was possible to write a biography of the critic John Addington Symonds without mentioning his homosexuality. In fact, this fantasy unconventional heroine in historical fiction has herself become something of a convention. Yet there are plenty of examples of women who were able to rise above some of the conventions that sought to hold them back for us to write about: the women who struggled to get an education, to train as doctors, to win the vote.
I think we are doing those women — any women — a great injustice if we just depict them as moderns in fancy dress. Not that she lived in some never-never land where anything goes.
I think historical fiction is ideally placed to demonstrate that the lives women lived and live are already interesting enough. And depicting women in their own context, trying to understand what they were up against, may bring us closer to appreciating just how amazing they really were. Posted by Lucienne Boyce at PM. No comments:.