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112). He then confesses to his daughter that ‘it would have given me a certain satisfaction if you had become a writer. Had taken the idea seriously’ (p. 113). He dies without knowing of Constance’s ultimate success, The Christmas Tree. Given that Mr Keating only shares his own literary past when he knows of Constance’s failure, one doubts the sincerity of his stated hopes for her. He withholds the enabling support and assumes that her failure was akin to his, one caused by lack of commitment, apparently unaware that Constance, as a woman writer, might face certain psychological and social barriers different from his.
No, no. My father. She doesn’t look a bit like my father. ’ ‘She’s a pet. ’ ‘That remains to be seen’ (p. 118). This elimination of the father from the heroine’s developmental course fits a pattern that American critic Marianne Hirsch describes as the ‘feminist family romance’ of the 1970s. 1057/9780230596467 - Changing Ireland, Christine St. 36 According to Hirsch this type of romance is not based on the separation from parents or the past, but from patriarchy and from men in favor of female alliances.
The] woman as mother remains in the position of other, and the emergence of feminine-daughterly subjectivity rests and depends on that continued and repeated process of othering the mother (Hirsch’s emphases, p. 136). Jennifer Johnston’s decision to have only the mother’s ghost appear would seem to suggest that this author is attempting to recuperate that mother-daughter nexus as the one carrying most emotional weight in Constance’s life despite her earlier rejection of the feminine in herself.