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The Cambridge Critical Bibliography of English Women Writers, 15001640 CD-ROM (Cambridge Critical Bibliographies)
Betty S. Travitsky
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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Description. Compiled by Betty S. Travitsky, A Bibliography of English Women Writers has evolved from an effort to compile a "comprehensive" record of often quaint past scholarship on some known women writers into an open-ended work of scholarship currently listing recovered writers and their texts, canonical and non-canonical.
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British women writers: a critical reference guide. [Janet Todd;] -- Novelists, poets, dramatists, essayists, biographers, historians, travel and hymn writers, literary figures and more. British women writers of the 19th century were a remarkably talented, diverse, and prolific group.
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It seeks to include all women writers of established reputation. The 20th century witnessed several major cultural movements, including modernism, anti-modernism, and postmodernism.
These and other means of understanding and perceiving the world shaped the literature of that era and, with the rise of feminism, resulted in a particularly rich body of literature by women writers.
This reference includes alphabetically arranged entries on 58 British women 3/5(1).Women Writers, Readers, and Publishers. James E. May ([email protected]) First published J Revised and updated November and Janu This is a selective bibliography focusing on studies related to literature written, published, and read by women.Mrs.
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