Aspiring Women

Aspiring Women

Short Stories by Canadian Women, 1880-1900

Book - 1993
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Aspiring Women is an anthology of short fiction written by Canadian women between 1880 and 1900. It includes stories by Sara Jeannette Duncan, Margaret Marshall Saunders, and E. Pauline Johnson. Written during a period when both the short story form and the situation of women were evolving, the stories demonstrate the authors' creativity in expressing the realities and tensions of the changing female role.
Publisher: [Ottawa] : University of Ottawa Press, ©1993
ISBN: 9780776603674
Branch Call Number: ASPIRIN
Characteristics: 354 p. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: McMullen, Lorraine
Campbell, Sandra


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