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Writing a Woman's Life (1988)
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 034536256X, Paperback)With subtlety and great eloquence, Carolyn Heilbrun shows how, throughout the centuries, those who write about women's lives--biographers andautobiographers--have suppressed the truth of the female experience, in order to make the "written life" conform to the expectations of what that life should be. Heilbrun also examines literature's silence on such vital topics as friendship between women, the female physical experience, and the richness that often imbues a women's later years. Recommended reading for everyone, especially women and writers.
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Presents new ways of looking at the lives of women in writing and explains how new biographical narratives can be invented.
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