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A Scarlet Woman

Hester Prynne 

"If people can't handle the truth, it's really not my problem"
(The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne). 7 more words

Hannah Crafts and The Bondwoman's Narrative

America’s history is, without a doubt, tainted. Chances were, if you weren’t a white man on the wealthy side, you were susceptible to judgement, hatred, cruelty, and other goodies. 943 more words

Women's History

An Issue of Control.

The problematic female agency in Muriel Spark’s The Driver’s Seat.

"Tie my feet and kill, that’s all."

Muriel Spark’s, The Driver’s Seat ( 2006), 1,336 more words


Spring'18: Women in Literature

“When I say storytelling, I don’t just mean sitting down and telling a once-upon-a-time kind of story. I mean a whole way of seeing yourself, the people around you, your life, the place of life in the bigger context, not just in terms of nature and location, but in terms of what has gone on before and what’s happened to other people.” – Leslie Marmon Silko, Laguna Pueblo… 25 more words


Fanny Fern's Obscurity and Male Dominance in Literary Circles

Written by Julia Schoos

Fanny Fern wrote as if the Devil was in her—or so spoke Nathaniel Hawthorne. Born 1811 as Sarah Willis, Fanny Fern was the first female newspaper columnist in the United States, and by 1855, the highest-paid columnist of the 19th century. 485 more words


A Southern Belle in Decline.

The South, The Smell and The Societal Moral Descent in William Faulkner’s ‘A Rose for Emily’.

"Alive, Miss Emily had been a tradition, a duty, and a care;
a sort of hereditary obligation upon the town". 1,140 more words

"You will fail. That's inevitable. It's what you do with it."

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