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by Janet Midden Simpson
Author: Janet Midden Simpson
Publisher: Marion Boyars (March 1, 1984)
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Woman's Part: An Antho. by Janet Madden-Simpson.
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Women's Part: An Anthology of Short Fiction and About Irish Women 1890-1960 Simpson, Janet Midden. ISBN13:9780905223339. Release Date:March 1984.
Short Story Battered Woman Irish Woman Sexual Double Standard Feminist Political Theory. Janet Madden-Simpson, ‘Introduction’, to Woman’s Part: an Anthology of Short Fiction By and About Irish Women 1890–1960 (Dublin: Arlen House, 1984), p. 1. oogle Scholar. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. 20. Emma Cooke, A Single Sensation (Dublin: Poolbeg, 1981), p.
Series: Women on Women. Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages. Some of the best fiction from the past thru 1990. This is a Keeper! 28 fabulous stories, including titles from the outstanding authors
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Woman's Part An Anthology of Short Fiction By and About Irishwomen 1890-1960. Janet Madden-Simpson (ed).
The 1960s was a decade of tremendous change for women. This decade began with the invention of the birth control pill, and ended with many women becoming activists in the anti-war movement. When a woman anti-war demonstrator offered a flower to a policeman during a demonstration, the term flower-power was born. Peace symbols and "Make Love, Not War" posters were part of the national landscape.