The Banshees: A Literary History of Irish American Women Writers
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 WritersUser 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
Review: The Banshees: A Literary History of Irish American Women Writers (Irish Studies)User Review - Elizabeth - Goodreads
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