Feminism In Literature: A Gale Critical Companion, Volume 5: by Janet Witalec, Jessica Bomarito, Jeffrey W. Hunter

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Broe, Mary Lynn. From “Bohemia Bumps into Calvin: The Deception of Passivity in Lillian Hellman’s Drama,” in Critical Essays on Lillian Hellman. Edited by Mark W. Estrin. G. K. Hall, 1989. Copyright © 1989 by Mark W. Estrin. All rights reserved. —Brontë, Charlotte. From “Caroline Vernon,” in Legends of Angria: Compiled from The Early Writings of Charlotte Brontë. Edited by Fannie E. Ratchford. Yale University Press, 1933. Copyright © 1933 by Yale University Press. Renewed 1961 by Fannit Ratchford.

Castro, Ginette. From American Feminism: A Contemporary History. Translated by Elizabeth Loverde-Bagwell. New York University Press, 1990. Copyright © Presses de la Foundation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, Paris, 1990. All rights reserved. —Chadwick, Whitney. From xxxiv Women, Art, and Society. Thames and Hudson, 1990. Copyright © 1990 Thames and Hudson Ltd, London. All rights reserved. —Chafe, William H. From “World War II as a Pivotal Experience for American Women,” in Women and War: The Changing Status of American Women from the 1930s to the 1940s.

From an introduction to French Socialism and Sexual Difference: Women and the New Society, 1803-44. St. Martin’s Press, 1992. Copyright © Susan K. Grogan 1992. All rights reserved. —Grössinger, Christa. From Picturing Women in Late Medieval and Renaissance Art. Manchester University Press, 1997. Copyright © Christa Grössinger 1997. —Grubbs, Judith Evans. From Women and the Law in the Roman Empire: A Sourcebook on Marriage, Divorce and Widowhood. Routledge, 2002. —Grundy, Isobel. From “(Re)discovering Women’s Texts,” in Women and Literature in Britain 1700-1800.

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