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Images of Women in Literature, Fifth Edition, is an anthology of literature--short fiction, poetry, and drama--by a broad range of female and male writers depicting the roles of women in literature.
Table of Contents
|Traditional Images of Women|
|Image One: The Wife Little Woman|
|The Angel over the Right Shoulder|
|Cutting the Jewish Bride's Hair|
|The Bridal Veil|
|Aunt Rosanna's Rocker|
|A Wife's Story|
|Driving to Oregon|
|Facing the Music|
|Image Two: The Mother I Sing the Body Electric!|
|On the First Night|
|Pressure for Pressure|
|Between the Lines|
|I Ask My Mother to Sing|
|Flower Feet, Ruth Fainlight. Speculation|
|Cihuatlyotl, Woman Alone|
|Dear Toni Instead of a Letter|
|Image Three: Woman on a Pedestal Susanna and the Elders|
|In an Artist's Studio|
|The Glamour Trap|
|The End of a Career|
|Baby, You Were Great!|
|La Belle Dame sans Merci|
|Image Four: The Sex Object The Girls in Their Summer Dresses|
|One off the Short List|
|From I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings|
|With no immediate cause|
|From Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Written by Herself|
|From The Maimie Papers|
|Poem about My Rights|
|Image Five Women without Men. Miss Gee|
|The Women Men Don't See|
|My Lover Is a Woman|
|The Story of an Hour|
|The Widow's Lament in Springtime, William Carlos Williams|
|Mourning to Do|
|Woman Becoming A Prison gets to be a friend|
|Tell Me a Riddle|
|Unlearning to Not Speak|
|A Allegory on Wimmen's Rights|
|I Like to Think of Harriet Tubman|
|From Work: A Story of Experience|
|From Gifts of Power|
|A Person as Well as a Female|
|Diving into the Wreck|
|A Woman at the Window|
|Three Dreams in the Desert under a Mimosa Tree|
|Afterword: Writing Images/Images of Writing|
|Suggestions for Further Reading|
|Works Cited in Introductions|
|Works Cited in Previous Editions|
|Anthologies of Women's Writings|
|Selected Recent Literary Criticism and Theory|
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