Women’s Writing: The Power and the Passion
"Don't compromise yourself. You are all you've got."
In the last thirty years we have seen a real emergence, divergence and development of feminist writing. Like any writing we care to label or group together there are elements that are worthy of further academic enquiry. In this essay I will be examining what constitutes the politics aspects of modern women’s writing - in other
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