Writing of Women: Essays in a Renaissance
New beliefs require new facts, and the political ferment of the sixties, including the new feminism, began to change the way we look at 'fact, ' at what is worth discussing and what is not, at what is major and what is minor. It began an exciting time of reassessment in literary studies. This book is a product of that time, and the reviews of which it is largely composed were a small part of the process of revaluation which I celebrate. - from Introduction by the author.
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