The (M)other Tongue: Essays in Feminist Psychoanalytic Interpretation
Shirley Nelson Garner, Claire Kahane, Madelon Sprengnether
Cornell University Press, 1985 - Feminism and literature - 388 pages
Sixteen essays offer a feminist, psychoanalytic approach to Freud, literary criticism, and works by Milton, Hawthorne, Balzac, Sand, Lessing, and Woolf
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