Communication and Women's Friendships: Parallels and Intersections in Literature and Life

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Janet Doubler Ward, JoAnna Stephens Mink
Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1993 - Social Science - 201 pages
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Eleven original essays offer a variety of perspectives on the changing ways in which women's friendships have been viewed. The contributors discuss the fundamental values of women's friendships and communication in order to understand the many parallels and intersections between literature and life. This anthology suggests that women's friendships are to be greatly valued—indeed treasured —as significant parts of women's lives.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Three Generations of Radical Womens ManTalk 3
133
Female Friendship in the Contemporary Bildungsroman
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Mink is Associate Professor of English at Mankato State University.

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