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Margaret Drabble, "The Millstone": part of the « Angry Young Men » movement?

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  1. Introduction
  2. The book 'The Millstone'
    1. Publication of the book
    2. The main theme
    3. The class confrontation in the book
    4. Eancipation of Rosamund through her motherhood
  3. The principal character and social confrontation
  4. Conclusion
  5. Bibliography

Margaret Drabble is a writer who was often assimilated to what is called the ?Angry Young Men' literary movement. But, as a lot of those writers of the 1950s who were put into the same category, she never claimed being fully part of this movement ? all the more so since the term of « movement » is in this case controversial.
It is then interesting to find out what similarities could be found between Drabble's novel "The Millstone" and the criteria which, for the critics, were representative of the ?Angry Young Men'.

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