Feminism In Literature: A Gale Critical Companion, Volume 3: 19th Century, Authors (C-Z) By Janet Witalec, Jessica Bomarito, Jeffrey W. Hunter Number Of Pages: 564 Publication Date: 2004-11 ISBN-10: 0787675768 ISBN-13: 9780787675769
Feminism, sometimes put in the plural feminisms, is a loose confederation of social, political, spiritual, and intellectual movements that places women and gender at the center of inquiry with the goal of social justice. What has literary studies taught us about feminism? That being gendered is a text that can be read, interpreted, manipulated, and altered.
Subjects of Volume 3:
KATE CHOPIN EMILY DICKINSON MARIA EDGEWORTH GEORGE ELIOT MARGARET FULLER MARIETTA HOLLEY HARRIET JACOBS SARAH ORNE JEWETT CHRISTINA ROSSETTI GEORGE SAND CATHERINE MARIA SEDGWICK MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT SHELLEY GERMAINE DE STAËL ELIZABETH CADY STANTON HARRIET BEECHER STOWE