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On lies, secrets, and silence : selected prose, 1966-1978

Author: Adrienne Rich
Publisher: New York : Norton, ©1995.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adrienne Rich
ISBN: 0393312852 9780393312850
OCLC Number: 32886500
Notes: Reprint of 1980 edition.
Description: 310 p. ; 19 cm.
Contents: Foreword: On history, illiteracy, passivity, violence, and women's culture --
Tensions of Anne Bradstreet (1966) --
When we dead awaken: Writing as re-vision (1971) --
Teaching language in open admissions (1972) --
Antifeminist Woman (1972) --
Woman observing, preserving, conspiring, surviving: Poems of Eleanor Ross Taylor (1972) --
Jane Eyre: Temptations of a motherless woman (1973) --
Caryatid: Two columns (1973) --
I: Vietnam and sexual violence --
II: Natalya Gorbanevskaya --
Anne Sexton: 1928-1974 (1974) --
Toward a woman-centered university (1973-74) --
Vesuvius at home: Power of Emily Dickinson (1975) --
Women and honor: Some notes on lying (1975) --
Motherhood in Bondage (1976) --
"It is the lesbian in us..." (1976) --
Conditions for work: Common world of women (1976) --
Husband-right and father-right (1977) --
Meaning of our love for women is what we have constantly to expand (1977) --
Claiming an education (1977) --
Taking women students seriously (1978) --
Power danger: Works of a common woman (1977) --
Motherhood: Contemporary emergency quantum leap (1978) --
Disloyal to civilization: Feminism, racism, gynephobia (1978).
Responsibility: Adrienne Rich.

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