Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Fall 1973

Abstract

IMAGES OF WOMEN IN FICTION: FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES, edited by Susan Koppelman Cornillon (Popular Press, Bowling Green, 1972: paper, $4.00), gathers some of the best examples of feminist literary criticism, grouping them in four categories: the woman as heroine (traditional views), the invisible woman (the woman as "other"), the woman as hero (women as whole people), and feminist aesthetics.

 
 

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