Feminist literary criticism: explorations in theory
The first major book of feminist critical theory published in the United States is now available in an expanded second edition. This widely cited pioneering work presents a new introduction by the editor and a new bibliography of feminist critical theory from the last decade. This book has become indispensable to an understanding of feminist theory. Contributors include Cheri Register, Dorin Schumacher, Marcia Holly, Barbara Currier Bell, Carol Ohmann, Carolyn Heilbrun, Catherine Stimpson, and Barbara A. White."
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Feminist Literary Theory And Criticism: A Norton Reader
Sandra Mortola Gilbert,Susan Gubar
No preview available - 2007
In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women's Development
Limited preview - 1982
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