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A couple of weeks ago, I lost my cool. Someone did something that caused me a minor inconvenience, so I hastily picked up the phone, called the person, and abruptly asked, “Why did you do that?” Realizing my impetuousness a few moments later, I apologized for becoming frustrated too quickly. 1,096 more words
Amiran, M. R. (1978). What women’s literature? College English, 39(6), 653-662.
In Minda Rae Amiran’s 1978 essay, entitled “What Women’s Literature?” she discusses common themes of feminist literary criticism, common criticisms of women writers and women’s literature, and the many preconceived notions the public has of women writers. 136 more words
Smith, B. (1989). A press of our own kitchen table: Women of color press. Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies, 10(3), 11-13.
Barbara Smith’s 1989 article is an introduction to her publishing firm “Kitchen Table Press,” which exclusively publishes literary pieces written by women of color. 130 more words