Quilting a New Canon: Stitching Women's Words

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Uma Parameswaran
Sister Vision, 1996 - Social Science - 406 pages
An invaluable resource for provocative analysis of women's political and economic rights.

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Contents

GENDER COUNTS
59
Carbert Conversations with the Policy Community
87
Elaine Gibson Whats Fair? Judicial Treatment
113
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Uma Parameswaran was born in India and lives in Canada. Her publications include the award-winning What Was Always Hers (short stories), The Sweet Smell of Mother's Milk-Wet Bodice (novella), Mangoes on the Maple Tree (novel), A CYCLE OF THE MOON (novel), Sisters at the Well (poems), and Riding High with Krishna and a Baseball Bat & Other Stories. She has also published a play, Rootless But Green Are the Boulevard Trees.

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