Developing a familiar line of feminist argument that claims agency for women often considered more acted upon than acting, Looser
shows a variety of ways in which old women writers tried to secure and to enhance their literary reputations.
Because of Austen's own status as an "old maid," many readers might expect her to have represented the old maid characters in her novels in a positive or at least a sympathetic light, but such is not the case, as Looser
emphasizes with her discussion of Miss Bates in Emma.
The writers Looser
has included in her discussion (Lucy Hutchinson, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Charlotte Lennox, Catharine Sawbridge Macaulay, Hester Lynch Piozzi, and Jane Austen) all share 'an interest in and commitment to writing history' (p.
The Brownfields Statute Law Amendment Act calls for looser
guidelines for the redevelopment of brownfield sites, while maintaining high environmental standards.
Has the property slipped to a looser
grade because of physical mismanagement or deterioration of the area at large?
Asset allocation funds tend to be looser
, allowing managers to roam from category to category.
The writer argues for a looser
organisation with different types of membership reflecting varying degrees of assimilation into a new super-state.
As corporations function with fewer management levels, looser
organization tables and team approaches to problem-solving, to whom a communication officer reports may be less significant than what teams he or she plays on.
MWES), an innovative provider of premier custom web converting equipment and integrated systems, welcomes John Looser
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Wheatley and graduate student Christine Looser
drove around New Hampshire visiting toy stores and taking pictures of dolls' faces.
Ulrike Dengler and Sabine Effner from Munich managed to reach the final as well as Brigitte Looser
and Swakopmund player Lizette Roettcher.