Daughters of the Great Depression : women, work, and fiction in the American 1930s /
Working women, from industrial wage earners to business professionals, were the literary and cultural scapegoats of the 1930s, argues Laura Hapke. In Daughters of the Great Depression she reinterprets more than fifty well-known and rediscovered works of Depression Era fiction to illuminate one of th...
|Published:||Athens : University of Georgia Press, ©1995.|
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