By Laurie Champion
Ladies writers were generally excluded from literary canons and never until eventually lately have students began to rediscover or notice for the 1st time ignored ladies writers and their works. This reference contains alphabetically prepared entries on fifty eight American girls authors who wrote among 1900 and 1945. every one access is written by means of knowledgeable contributor and discusses a specific author's biography, her significant works and issues, and the serious reaction to her writings. The entries shut with vast basic and secondary bibliographies, and the quantity concludes with an inventory of works for additional reading.The interval surveyed by means of this reference is wealthy and various. Modernism and the Harlem Renaissance, significant inventive routine, happened among 1900 and 1945, and the entries incorporated the following exhibit the numerous contributions ladies made to those activities. the amount as an entire strives to mirror the variety of yankee tradition and contains entries for African American, local American, Mexican American, and chinese language American girls. It contains popular writers equivalent to Willa Cather and Eudora Welty, in addition to extra ignored ones akin to Anita Scott Coleman and Sui Sin some distance.
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American Women Writers, 1900-1945: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook by Laurie Champion