Electronic books. Summary This study examines the work of a wide range of American women writers at the turn of the 20th century, and looks at issues of race and gender in a firm historical context.
Francis Ellen Watkins Harper ()
Holdings information at the University of Huddersfield Library Live circulation data is not available. New York : Oxford University Press c Includes bibliographical references p. American fiction 20th century History and criticism. American fiction 19th century History and criticism.
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Ammons, Elizabeth [author]. Reproduction available: Electronic reproduction. Askews and Holts. Mode of access: World Wide Web. Description based on print version record.
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Bibliography Electronic books. Liz Ammons's book examines the dramatic appearance, at the turn of the century, of a highly talented group of American women writers from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds. How isolated occurrences of talent coalesced into a virtual phenomenon, and against what historical and social obstacles women of the early twentieth century contended, are recurring themes of Ammons' study. Posthumous barriers exist for these women today in the form of literary obscurity; Ammons seeks to overturn these barriers and broaden public recognition beyond individual, received authors such as Wharton and Cather by demonstrating the abilities of their peers.
With extensive inclusion of numerous previously neglected women writers of African-American descent, Conflicting Stories joins a highly topical debate, and offers a necessary revision of mainstream criticism's simplified reading of America's literary past.
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