International Feminist Fiction by Julia Penelope

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The traditional literary themes of birth, death, love, sex, and betrayal are represented here as well as more specifically feminist themes--intergenerational relationships among women, reproductive perils, lesbian love, the impact of war on families, and violence against women.

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Published September 1, 1992 by Crossing Pr. 334 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Unaccountably, in an anthology most valuable for its diversity, Black Africa is ignored while over 100 pages are devoted to a novella about a woman mourning her lesbian partner's death, rediscovering her creativity and falling in love again.

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