Unruly tongue : identity and voice in American women's writing, 1850-1930 /
"Women should be seen and not heard" was a well-known maxim in the nineteenth century. In a society perceiving that language was for the province of male, white speakers, how did women writers find a voice? In Unruly Tongue Martha J. Cutter answers this question with works by ten African A...
|Published:||Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, ©1999.|
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