Scandinavian Women Writers: Anthology from the 1880's to the 1980's - Contributions in Women's Studies No 95 (Hardback)

by Ingrid Clareus

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Scandinavian Women Writers presents short stories written by the leading women writers of the last century. Their stories deal with the everyday problems of Scandinavian women including women's dependency on her husband, hypocrisy of the church, the women's suffrage movement, career and family, marriage problems, unwed motherhood, and divorce. Each chapter includes a biographical introduction about the author followed by a translation of the author's story or excerpt from a larger work. A short note about each translator is included at the end of the book. Each chapter includes a biographical introduction about the author followed by a translation of the author's story or excerpt from a larger work. A short note about each translator is included at the end of the book. This book is appropriate for courses in Women's Studies, Women Writers, and Scandinavian Literature. It will be of particular interest to those who find the Women's Rights Movement fascinating.

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Published
07/09/1989

Publisher
Greenwood Press

ISBN
9780313258848


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