One of the leading intellectuals of first-wave feminism,
Charlotte Perkins Gilman [1860-1935] was a prolific socialist
writer and lecturer. Nearly forgotten in the years following her
death, she has been the subject of renewed interest and
appreciation in recent decades. Drawing from her previous
two-volume edition of The Diaries of Charlotte Perkins Gilman,
editor Denise D. Knight here makes available a streamlined version
of Gilman's extensive personal diaries and journals, with
representative selections from various periods of her life.
Included in this single volume are entries written between 1
January 1879 and 12 March 1935. These selections illustrate
Gilman's development from a restless, high-spirited, and
opinionated young woman to a mature, internationally-known author
and lecturer whose words touched thousands as she worked to effect
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