Books in category Literary Criticism – Women Authors

  • Toni Morrison s Fiction

    Toni Morrison’s Fiction
    David L. Middleton

    This collection of essays and reviews represents the most significant and comprehensive writing on Shakespeare's A Comedy of Errors.

  • Clio s Daughters

    Clio’s Daughters
    Lynette Felber

    This work reveals the wealth of women's historical writings, demonstrating that Victorian domestic ideology did not prevent women from making history, featuring both as historical subjects and writers of history.

  • Picturing a Different West

    Picturing a Different West
    Janis P. Stout

    Picturing a Different West addresses Willa Cather and Mary Austin as central figures in a women’s tradition of the pictured West.

  • Displaying Women

    Displaying Women
    Maureen E. Montgomery

    Using numerous sources, such as contemporary etiquette manuals, society papers and columns, novels, magazines, private correspondence, and diaries, "Displaying Women" vividly depicts the custom and culture of New York "society" women from …

  • Annie Ernaux

    Annie Ernaux
    Siobhán McIlvanney

    This text provides an analysis of Annie Ernaux's individual texts.

  • Toni Morrison s Developing Class Consciousness

    Toni Morrison’s Developing Class Consciousness
    Doreatha D. Mbalia

    Toni Morrison scholars as well as those interested in the creative process will be excited about a new feature that appears in this second edition of this book: a sampling of Toni Morrison's creative process.

  • Restless Wave

    Restless Wave
    Ayako Ishigaki

    With the publication of Restless Wave in 1940, pioneering feminist, journalist, and activist Ayako Ishigaki made history.

  • Time Is of the Essence

    Time Is of the Essence
    Patricia Murphy

    Examines the intricate relationships between time and gender in the novels of five fin-de-siecle British writers–Thomas Hardy, Olive Schreiner, H. Rider Haggard, Sarah Grand, and Mona Caird.

  • Interviews

    Gloria Anzald©ða, AnaLouise Keating

    Highly personal and always rich in insight, this memoir-like collection of interviews, arranged and introduced by AnaLouise Keating, not only will serve as an accessible introduction to Anzaldua's groundbreaking body of work but will also …

  • Catholic Women Writers

    Catholic Women Writers
    Mary R. Reichardt

    The first reference of its kind, Catholic Women Writers provides biographical, critical, and bibliographical entries on 64 Catholic women writers from around the world and across the centuries.

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