Redressing the balance: American women's literary humor from Colonial times to the 1980s
University Press of Mississippi, 1988 - Humor - 454 pages
Gathers humorous stories, poetry, and essays by American writers from Anne Bradstreet to Erma Bombeck and Erica Jong
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Nancy A. Walker,Zita Dresner
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