A Bookshelf of Our Own: Must-Reads for Women (2020)

A Bookshelf of Our Own: Must-Reads for Women Deborah G. Felder A Bookshelf of Our Own Must Reads for Women Fifty fiction and non fiction classics that have defined and shaped our literary history from the Middle Ages to the present day spanning from Jane Eyre to Scarlett O Hara Hester Prynne to Lily Bart
  • Title: A Bookshelf of Our Own: Must-Reads for Women
  • Author: Deborah G. Felder
  • ISBN: 9780806527420
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
A Bookshelf of Our Own: Must-Reads for Women Deborah G. Felder Fifty fiction and non fiction classics that have defined and shaped our literary history from the Middle Ages to the present day, spanning from Jane Eyre to Scarlett O Hara, Hester Prynne to Lily Bart, Anne Frank to Maxine Hong Kingston Part reference book, part popular culture guide, A Bookshelf of Our Own provides thoughtful analysis of each book, placing it within itsFifty fiction and non fiction classics that have defined and shaped our literary history from the Middle Ages to the present day, spanning from Jane Eyre to Scarlett O Hara, Hester Prynne to Lily Bart, Anne Frank to Maxine Hong Kingston Part reference book, part popular culture guide, A Bookshelf of Our Own provides thoughtful analysis of each book, placing it within its historical context and tracing the life and influences of its author and comprises an invaluable resource for libraries and reading groups, an essential primer for any literary enthusiast, and a provocative look at our past and present.
A Bookshelf of Our Own: Must-Reads for Women Deborah G. Felder

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One thought on “A Bookshelf of Our Own: Must-Reads for Women

  1. Kristin

    Very interesting, and some very good books and authors profiled It got me to start reading Dorothy Sayers, so that was fantastic I would have liked a bit of a fiction writer focus, but that is my personal bias and all the books profiled did seem like they fit the theme quite well.

  2. ~stacy~

    For anyone who loves to read this is a great reference type book on women s history and writings It provides thoughtful analysis of each literary treasure.

  3. Melissa

    I m pretty meh about this one.I didn t have to many bones to pick about the included books except Gone with the Wind because it s one of my least favorite books ever and was pleased to read about books I wasn t aware of like The Shawl for instance.I wasn t very wild about some of the biographical sketches I couldn t find reference to Toni Morrison s Nobel Prize awarded in 1993, after the publication of Beloved Willa Cather s biosketch had some odd line about although she had many opportunities t [...]

  4. Lisa Mcbroom

    Taking a page excuse the pun from Virginia Woolf s A Room of Her own, lists books that in her opinion women should read.

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