Women Without Men. Female Bonding and the American Novel of the 1980s

By: GREINER, Donald J

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Women Without Men. Female Bonding and the American Novel of the 1980s by GREINER, Donald J
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University of South Carolina Press, 1993. Hardcover. Condition vg in dj. Examines the reaction of female writers to a central paradign of American literature - men bonding in the wilderness in an attempt to escape women and the social restrictions they represent - contending that female novelists have not only adopted the model but also adapted it so that women venture into the wilderness while excluding men from the quest. 135pp. 48838 .

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