Swedish Women's Writing, 1850-1995
A&C Black, 1 sty 1997 - 333
Provides a survey of women's writing in Sweden, from the beginnings of the struggle for emancipation in the 1850s to the present day. These writers are seen within the political, cultural and economic context of women's lives. Modern critical currents are also assessed and Swedish feminist criticism is considered alongside the French and American traditions.
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Fredrika Bremer 18011865
Selma Lagerlof 18581940
Elm Wagner 18821949
Karin Boye 19001941
Moa Martinson 18901964
Birgitta Trotzig born 1929
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