Women in Literature

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The Styles of Six Women Writers It is not surprising that most of the female writers we have enjoyed this year have written largely about gender issues, particularly (and obviously) women’s rights to equal opportunity and equal treatment. However, almost every writer that we’ve read that dealt with such issues also had other issues that of which they wanted to make us (the readers) aware. Gender oppression is not the only kind of …

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…even Paule Marshall herself each tell their own special stories, in their own special languages, with their own special styles, unique to each writer. Not only that, in the process, they also tell the stories of “black feminine lesbian warrior poets,” Native American women, African-American women, nineteenth-century oppressed women, twentieth-century oppressed women, and women that just want to be heard for what they have to say and how they have to say it. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **Bibliography**