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The Madwoman in the Attic: The Woman Writer and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination, Second Edition (Yale Nota Bene) (Paperback)

by Professor Sandra M. Gilbert

Woman with Power Is Woman Unchecked: Reading Narratives of Indian Women 5

Woman is either heretically subversive or divinely transcendent; there is no middle ground.

Wide Sargasso Theory 0

The Millions Interview: Kate Zambreno 4

"I am saying that amidst all of this banality there’s something really dangerous in terms of how we swallow horrible things happening because they make us uncomfortable and ignore all the fucked-up-ness and like let’s talk about The Bachelor as opposed to Haiti and as a society we’re still totally totally repressed..."

Mr. Rochester is a Creep: A List 56

Charlotte and Emily Brontё were deeply weird, and they (or, okay, their protagonists) were into some deeply weird men.