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Women's Literature

 
WOMEN'S LITERATURE

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"We Must Be Up and Doing"

The diverse readings in this unique anthology give students a sense of early black feminism across regions, movements and organizations.

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Between Two Worlds

" Between Two Worlds is one of the most powerful, haunting, and ultimately liberating accounts written of apartheid South Africa." - Laura Moss, University of British Columbia

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Burning Brightly

"Kay Stone's book is a bright light guiding us down the contemporary Canadian and American river of stories." - Christina Cacchilega, University of Hawaii-Manoa

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'Criminals, Idiots, Women, & Minors'

"This is an indispensable collection. It is one of the most imaginative and useful anthologies to be published in the last decade." - Joanne Shattock, University of Leicester

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Her Kind

"Professor Cahill's reinvention of these myths is brilliant and salutory." - Professor David Ball, Smith College

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Literature of the Women's Suffrage Campaign in England

"This is an invaluable anthology." - Valerie Sanders, The University of Hull

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A New Woman Reader

"Packed full of unabridged key documents from the period,  A New Woman Reader  will be an invaluable teaching tool." - Sally Ledger, Birkbeck College, University of London

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Nightwalkers

"This anthology will open up new avenues for debate about the intersection of sex, labour and representation not only in eighteenth-century studies, but also in the analysis of British social history more generally." - Daniel O'Quinn, University of Guelph

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One Hour in Paris

"If you want to understand why we need to do everything in our power to end rape, read this book." Eve Ensler, author of The Vagina Monologues

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