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Feminisms : an anthology of literary theory and criticism by Warhol-Down, Robyn; Price Herndl, Diane
Call Number: PN98.W64 F366 1997
In 1929, Virginia Woolf wrote A Room of One's Own, defining a tradition of literature written by women. Modern feminist criticism began with Mary Ellman's Thinking About Women. Feminist critics view literature as primarily patriarchal (controlled by males). Feminine characters are seen as passive and emotional while the male characters are dominating and rational.
Reading black, reading feminist : a critical anthology by Gates, Henry Louis
Call Number: PS153.N5 R38 1990
Madness and sexual politics in the feminist novel : studies in Brontë, Woolf, Lessing, and Atwood by Rigney, Barbara
Call Number: PR830.W62 R5
The madwoman in the attic : the woman writer and the nineteenth-century literary imagination by Gilbert, Sandra; Gubar, Susan.
Call Number: PR115 .G5
Hamlet's mother and other women by Heilbrun, Carolyn G.
Call Number: PR111 .H45 1990
Feminist theory reader: local and global perspectives by McCann, Carole R.; Seung-kyung, Kim (eds.)
Call Number: HQ1190 .F46346 2010
Queer Theory Books
Completely Queer : the Gay and Lesbian Encyclopedia by Hogan, Steve; Hudson, Lee
Call Number: REF HQ75 .H63 1998
Epistemology of the closet by Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky
Call Number: PS374.H63 S42 1990
Like a brother, like a lover : male homosexuality in the American novel and theater from Herman Melville to James Baldwin by Sarotte, Georges Michel
Call Number: PS169.H65 S213 1978
Lovers and beloveds : sexual otherness in southern fiction, 1936-1961 by Richards, Gary
Call Number: PS374.H63 R53 2005
Monumental anxieties : homoerotic desire and feminine influence in 19th century U.S. literature by Derrick, Scott
Call Number: PS374.H63 D47 1997
The homosexual tradition in American poetry by Martin, Robert K.