Scharnhorst, Gary. Charlotte Perkins Gilman: A Bibliography. The Scarecrow Press, 1985.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Kamila Shamsie||
As a result of her work as a reviewer, Muneeza was approached by Oxford University Press to put together A Dragonfly in the Sun, an anthology of Pakistani literature written in English, commissioned for...
|Literary responses||Charlotte Perkins Gilman||
Canonization of The Yellow Wall-Paper began in the early 1970s, within the context of second-wave feminism, and the edition issued by the Feminist Press in 1973. Feminist readings became the first to make the connection...
|Publishing||Charlotte Perkins Gilman|
She revised Cassandra many times, most extensively after her return from the Crimea. Its printing in 1860 was private, and it did not appear for public consumption until 1928, when Ray Strachey included part...
Yonnondio began its resurrection when Jack Olsen found the supposedly lost manuscript of the novel about the Holbrook family in the form it had reached in the 1930s: two large envelopes containing eight disordered but...
|Textual Features||Anita Desai|
|Textual Features||Tillie Olsen||
Olsen gave this book a double dedication. The first read: For our silenced people, century after century their beings consumed in the hard, everyday essential work of maintaining human life. Their art, which still they...
|Textual Production||Alice Walker||
Two years later she edited for the Feminist Press a collection of Hurston's shorter works (many of them out of print). She entitled the volume (in words borrowed from her author) I Love Myself When...
|Textual Production||Tillie Olsen|
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