Nature's Ban: Women's Incest Literature
Karen Jacobsen McLennan
Northeastern University Press, 1996 - Social Science - 394 pages
Traditionally forgotten or suppressed in literary history, the incest narratives in this anthology reveal that generations of women have given familiar and repeated voice to the incestuous experience.
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