Women: Images and Realities : a Multicultural Anthology
Amy Vita Kesselman, Lily D. McNair, Nancy Schniedewind
Mayfield Publishing Company, 1999 - Social Science - 578 pages
This multicultural anthology explores the similarities and differences among women’s experiences, and the approaches women have used to change their lives. Poems, ﬁction, diary entries, and essays included illustrate personal experiences and issues in women’s studies. The reader’s unique blend of academic and literary sections presents feminist issues in an accessible format for students.
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