The Penguin Book of International Women's Stories

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Kate Figes
Penguin Books, 1997 - Fiction - 462 pages
6 Reviews
Thirty-three short stories from around the globe boldly express the changing concerns and attitudes of women. Mirroring the changes and expectations of women's lives everywhere and reflecting the diversity of their experience, these stories feature a wealth of subject matter and styles and are written by both well-established and undiscovered writers in English and in translation.

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User Review  - Laura Besley - Goodreads

Brilliant collection of extremely powerful short stories. Read full review

Review: The Penguin Book of International Women's Stories

User Review  - Barkingmadcat - Goodreads

An interesting book because it features authors from around the world so you experience different styles of writing and different cultures but unfortunately some of them don't translate well. Read full review

Contents

Alice Walker us
16
The Funfair
77
AliceMunro Canada
117
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Kate Figes is the author of" Because of her Sex," She writes regularly on parenting issues for London's Times and Guardian. She lives in London. Jean Zimmerman is the coauthor, with Gil Reavill, of" Raising Our Athletic Daughters: How Sports Can Guild Selft-Esteem And Save Girls' LivesS"

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