British-born experimental writer Christine Brooke-Rose puzzled numerous critics, theoreticians, and writers as she overturned opinions continuously struggling to outline her fractal identity. The present book boldly outlines and settles the ambiguities of Christine Brooke-Rose's split identity, originating in the psychoanalytical, aesthetic, and authorial confusion of a writer who took delight in challenging readers with highly experimental novels. This study highlights the chameleonic features of the Brooke-Rosean narrative in an audaciously exhaustive and original attempt to chart the author's lipogrammic narrative discourse, its unifying intertextual yet anamorphic web, and its fictional characters.
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