Women and Appletrees

Framsida
Feminist Press at CUNY, 1985 - 216 sidor
About this novel, which focuses on two young women early in the 20th century, both victims of sexual abuse, as they struggle to gain for themselves and their children the rights and opportunities usually denied to poor women, Tillie Olsen said, "I love and am ineradicably grateful for this book, this writer, as I have been but to a few dozen others in my lifetime... Images, scenes, relationships, comprehensions portrayed here will never leave us. She is a writer of international stature and significance."
 

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Scandinavica, Volym 29–30
Elias Bredsdorff
Fragmentarisk förhandsgranskning - 1990

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Moa Martinson (1890 - 1964) was a Swedish journalist and novelist.

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