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    Women literature

    Who can talk me about it?


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    Re: Women literature

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    Who can talk me about it?
    Try Edna St. Vincent Millay for a Woman special in all areas of Poetry, Prose, and Song. She was the first female to win a Pullitzer Prize for Poetry and well respected in the early-mid 20th century for playwriting, and even the Aria for The King's Henchmen


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    Re: Women literature

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    That's a broad question/topic. Or is there a new book, movie, or music title of which I am unware? It might help to clearly identify a subject in the plethora of responses I currently have for you. With all due respect and rhetorical fancy...
    Which Women? Can you break it down by either political, cultural, social, economic, spiritual, personal, familial, medical, educational, or historical factors?

    Tetjanna

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    Re: Women literature

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetjanna View Post
    That's a broad question/topic. Or is there a new book, movie, or music title of which I am unware? It might help to clearly identify a subject in the plethora of responses I currently have for you. With all due respect and rhetorical fancy...
    Which Women? Can you break it down by either political, cultural, social, economic, spiritual, personal, familial, medical, educational, or historical factors?
    Tetjanna
    I wanted to discuss with someone who has read "to kill the mockingbird" by harper lee; and also about other books that were written by and about women!

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