Thinking about Women

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Harcourt, Brace & World, 1968 - Literary Criticism - 240 pages
Examines attitudes toward and presentations and stereotypes of women in English, American, and continental literature from Jane Austen to Norman Mailer, and explores the views of male critics regarding women writers

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Phallic Criticism
27
HI Feminine Stereotypes
55
Responses
175
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Mary Wllamn was born Mary Donoghue in 1921 in Massachusetts. She is the author of "Thinking About Women",nbsp;which is one of the first works of feminist leterary criticism.

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