Calling Home: Working-class Women's Writings : an Anthology

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Janet Zandy
Rutgers University Press, 1990 - Literary Criticism - 366 pages
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A collection of essays, speeches, songs, poems, and stories by and about working-class women, explores the ethnic, racial and geographical differences that make up this majority of women in the United States
 

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Contents

Part One Telling Stories
15
AM A WOMAN WORKER
44
THE GEOGRAPHY OF HOME
68
ENCLOSURESEXPOSURES
79
TESTIMONY FOR WORKERS
91
Chris Llewellyn
109
Clara Sullivan
124
Donna Langston
130
Susan Eisenberg
240
OLD
254
Part Three Celebrating Solidarity
267
ON MAKING A REVOLUTION
283
COMMON VOICES
314
TRANSFORMATIONS
321
Contributors
341
Select Bibliography
351

SEX MARRIAGE AND BIRTH
169
Mattie WhitleyRoss Talarico
210
THE
216

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