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“Miss Ogilvy Finds Herself”: The Queer Navigational Systems of Radclyffe Hall

“Miss Ogilvy Finds Herself”: The Queer Navigational Systems of Radclyffe Hall “ Miss O g i l v y F i n d s H e r s e l f ” : T h e Q u e e r N a v i g a t i o n a l S y s t e m s o f R a d c l y f f e H a l l L a u r a D o a n To be m odern is to fin d ourselves in an e n viro n m e n t th a t pro m ises us adventure. — M arshall Berman, A ll That Is Solid Melts into Air H ow w e represent space and tim e in th e o ry m atters, because it affects h o w w e and oth ers in te rp re t and then act w ith respect to the w o rld . —David Harvey, The Condition o f Postmodernity'' In 1926 th e w rite r Radclyffe Hall com pleted a sho rt story title d "M is s O g ilvy Finds H e rs e lf"—a tem plate, she w o u ld http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png English Language Notes Duke University Press

“Miss Ogilvy Finds Herself”: The Queer Navigational Systems of Radclyffe Hall

English Language Notes , Volume 45 (2) – Sep 1, 2007

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Copyright © 2007 Regents of the University of Colorado
ISSN
0013-8282
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2573-3575
DOI
10.1215/00138282-45.2.9
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“ Miss O g i l v y F i n d s H e r s e l f ” : T h e Q u e e r N a v i g a t i o n a l S y s t e m s o f R a d c l y f f e H a l l L a u r a D o a n To be m odern is to fin d ourselves in an e n viro n m e n t th a t pro m ises us adventure. — M arshall Berman, A ll That Is Solid Melts into Air H ow w e represent space and tim e in th e o ry m atters, because it affects h o w w e and oth ers in te rp re t and then act w ith respect to the w o rld . —David Harvey, The Condition o f Postmodernity'' In 1926 th e w rite r Radclyffe Hall com pleted a sho rt story title d "M is s O g ilvy Finds H e rs e lf"—a tem plate, she w o u ld

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English Language NotesDuke University Press

Published: Sep 1, 2007

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