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  • 19 Jul 2022
    Linda K. Hughes

    Victorian Women Writers and the Other Germany: Cross-Cultural Freedoms and Female Opportunity

    How Progressive Writers, Anna Jameson to Vernon Lee, Sought and Found An Alternative Germany. LADY BRACKNELL German sounds a thoroughly respectable language, and indeed, I believe is so. MISS PRISM.[Calling.] Cecily, Cecily! … intellectual pleasures await you. Your German grammar is on the table. Pray open it at page fifteen. We will repeat yesterday’s lesson.CECILY.[Coming […]

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  • 10 Mar 2017
    Mary Loeffelholz

    International Women’s Day: spotlight on Emily Dickinson

    If Emily Dickinson were alive today, would she be celebrating International Women’s Day?  That’s a tough call to make.  This year’s theme for International Women’s Day calls upon women and allies to “Be Bold For Change,” to link hands and work towards a more equitable world.  Dickinson, though, wasn’t much of a joiner.  Offensive and […]

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