8 edition of The Beacon book of essays by contemporary American women found in the catalog.
by Beacon Press in Boston, Mass
Includes bibliographical references (p. 307-310).
|Other titles||Essays by contemporary American women|
|Statement||edited by Wendy Martin ; with the editorial assistance of Thomas Allen ... [et. al.].|
|Contributions||Martin, Wendy, 1940-|
|LC Classifications||PS683.W65 B43 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 310 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||95021117|
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Wendy Martin. American women take the essay form and make it their own in this excellent collection edited by Martin (English/Claremont Graduate School). She divides these pieces by well-known writers into categories that themselves reflect important truths about women's priorities and experiences: ""Generations: Essays on the Family,"" ""Breaking the Silence: Women Confront Oppression.
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CONTENTS Acknowledgments Introduction XI xiii I. GENERATIONS: ESSAYS ON THE FAMILY JOAN DIDION ALICE WALKER SANDRA. The Beacon Book of Essays by Contemporary American Women.
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A More Beautiful and Terrible History is crucial, and we must apply this wisdom—for today and always—to resist injustice in the face of racism, classism, and militarism.” —The Reverend Dr. William J. Barber II. Marcia Aldrich is an American author specializing in literary non-fiction, memoir and personal book Companion to an Untold Story won the AWP Award in Creative Nonfiction.
She has written personal essays which have been published in Gettysburg Review, North American Review, Witness, Arts and Letters, Northwest Review, Brevity, and Seneca Review, Genre: literary nonfiction. This collection of interconnected short stories (perfect for fans of "Girl, Woman, Other") earned Gloria Naylor a National Book Award for First Fiction in The book spotlights seven Black women living in the same building in New York City and explores the very different paths that led them all to Brewster Place.
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Six final essays examine the lives of Native American women in “a contemporary setting” covering a broad range of topics, including traditions, politics, lesbianism in tribal culture, tribal.
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