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The Madwoman in the Attic: The Woman Writer and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination.
In this work of feminist literary criticism the authors explore the works of many major 19th-century women writers. They chart a tangible desire expressed for freedom from the restraints of aExpand
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The Madwoman in the Attic
Gilbert and Gubar's multi-volume history of women in literature began in 1980 with the publication of The Madwoman in the Attic. It was followed by No Man's Land: The Place of Women Writers in theExpand
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The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women: The Traditions in English
This edition has been expanded to extend coverage of the Renaissance, the 17th and 18th centuries, and the 20th century. The text also contains 11 complete works such as Oroonoko, Jane Eyre, TheExpand
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Poetry After Auschwitz: Remembering What One Never Knew
The Holocaust Is Dying Masters of Disaster Suckled by Panic About Pictures out of Focus Documentary Verse Bears Witness The Dead Speak "Could You Have Made an Elegy for Every One?" Poetry and Survival
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Eye rhymes : Sylvia Plath's art of the visual
Introduction 1. Living Color: The Interactive Arts of Sylvia Plath 2. 'Plath at War' 3. 'Sylvia Plath and de Chirico' 4. 'Plath, Hughes, and Three Caryatids' 5. 'Sylvia Plath and the Costume ofExpand
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Judas: A Biography
In this comprehensive, interdisciplinary work, Susan Gubar asks who Judas Iscariot was and why he betrayed Jesus, exploring the meaning of Jesus' betrayer over twenty centuries. Despite the recentExpand
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