The Banshees: A Literary History of Irish American Women Writers

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Syracuse University Press, 2013 - Literary Criticism - 289 pages
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The Banshees traces the feminist contributions of a wide range of Irish American women writers, from Mother Jones, Kate Chopin, and Margaret Mitchell to contemporary authors such as Gillian Flynn, Jennifer Egan, and Doris Kearns Goodwin.

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The Banshees: A Literary History of Irish American Women Writers

User Review  - Denise J. Stankovics - Book Verdict

Ebest (English, dir. of gender studies, Univ. of Missouri-St. Louis, coeditor, Reconciling Catholicism and Feminism? Personal Reflections on Tradition and Change) undertook this study because other ... Read full review

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I picked up this book to keep my mind active and stimulated on what otherwise would have been a lazy beach vacation--cant just relax, of course. What appeared to be an exciting, in depth look at a ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Sally Barr Ebest is an associate professor of English at the University of Missouri, St. Louis, where she is the former director of composition and coordinator of the AT TA workshop and orientation. She is the coauthor or coeditor of five books, including "Writing From A to Z" and "WritingWith: New Directions in Collaborative Teaching, Learning, and Research"

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