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Inventing Herself: Claiming a Feminist Intellectual Heritage.

Type:
  • learned women
  • reformers, social workers

Biographies

1B19066Adventures in womanhood
2B19067Amazonian beginnings: Mary Wollstonecraft
3B19068Radiant sovereign self: Margaret Fuller
4B19069The new women: The feminine predicament
5B19070Transition woman: Charlotte Perkins Gilman
6B19071Heterodoxy in America: A feminist tribe
7B19072Heterodoxy in Britain
8B19073The dark ladies of New York: Zenobia on the Hudson
9B19074The lost sex and the second sex: Simone de Beauvoir
10B19075Writing well is the best revenge: Susan Sontag
11B19076The inner revolution of the 1960s: Before the revolution
12B19077Talkin' 'bout my generation: The 1970s
13B19078Divas: Germaine Greer and the female eunuch
14B19079Feminist personae: Camille Paglia
15B19080Woman alone
16B19081Epilogue: First ladies: The way we live now

Persons

  1. Elaine Showalter · Author

Publishers/Publications

  1. New York: Scribner, 2000
  2. London: Picador, 2000
  3. London: Picador, 2001
  4. London: Picador, 2002