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Anansi Press Limited, 1982. Copyright © 1982, by O. W. Toad Limited. All rights reserved. —Baker, Deborah Lesko. From “Memory, Love, and Inaccessibility in Hiroshima mon amour,” in Marguerite F E M I N I S M I N L I T E R AT U R E : A G A L E C R I T I C A L C O M PA N I O N , V O L . —Birgitta of Sweden. From Life and Selected Revelations. Edited with a preface by Marguerite Tjader Harris, translation and notes by Albert Ryle Kezel, introduction by Tore Nyberg from The Classics of Western Spirituality.

Copyright © 2000 by Associated University Press. —Fleischmann, Fritz. From “Margaret Fuller, the Eternal Feminine, and the ‘Liberties of the Republic’,” in Women’s Studies and Literature. Edited by Fritz Fleischmann and Deborah Lucas Schneider. Palm & Enke, 1987. —Foster, M. Marie Booth. From “Voice, Mind, Self: Mother-Daughter Relationships in Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club and The Kitchen God’s Wife,” in Women of Color: MotherDaughter Relationships in 20th-Century Literature. Edited by Elizabeth Brown-Guillory.

Reproduced by permission of Plume, an imprint of Penguin Putnam Inc. — Okely, Judith. From “Re-reading The Second Sex,” in Simone de Beauvoir: A Re-Reading. Virago, 1986. — Ovid.

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