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Women's autobiography : essays in criticism / edited with an introduction by Estelle C. Jelinek.


1st Midland book ed.. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1980.
ISBN 0253191939, 9780253191939, 0253202418

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Other Authors Jelinek, Estelle C.
Subjects Amerikaans.
Aufsatzsammlung.
Autobiografieën.
Autobiographie.
Autobiographies.
Autobiography -- Women authors.
Écrits de femmes autobiographiques -- Histoire et critique.
Écrivaines -- Biographies.
Grossbritannien.
Letterkunde.
Schriftstellerin.
USA.
Vrouwelijke auteurs.
Women and literature.
Description xii, 274 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1980.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction : Women's autobiography and the male tradition / Estelle C. Jelinek -- Emergence of women's autobiography in England / Cynthia S. Pomerleau -- Quest for community : spiritual autobiographies of eighteenth-century Quaker and Puritan women in America / Carol Edkins -- Harriet Martineau's autobiography : the making of a female philosopher / Mitzi Myers -- Paradox and success of Elizabeth Cady Stanton / Estelle C. Jelinek -- Autobiographer and her readers : from apology to affirmation / Elizabeth Winston -- Selves in hiding / Patrica Meyer Spacks -- In search of the Black female self : African-American women's autobiographies and ethnicity / Regina Blackburn -- Gertrude Stein and the problems of autobiography / James E. Breslin -- Lillian Hellman and the strategy of the "other" / Marcus K. Billson and Sidonie A. Smith -- Metaphysics of matrilinearism in women's autobiography : studies of Mead's Blackberry winter, Hellman's Pentimento, Angelou's I know why the caged bird sings, and Kingston's The woman warrior / Stephanie A. Demetrakopoulos -- Anais Nin's diary in context / Lynn Z. Bloom and Orlee Holder -- Towards a theory of form in feminist autobiography : Kate Millett's Flying and Sita : Maxine Hong Kingston's The woman warrior / Suzanne Juhasz -- Lady's not for spurning : Kate Millett and the critics / Annette Kolodny.
Genre Aufsatzsammlung.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5726307
(OCoLC)ocm05726307
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