Writing Mothers, Writing Daughters contains thematically organized
chapters, each discussing the literary works of several
'daughters.' Whereas early immigrant daughters translated their
mothers' behavior into the vernacular of their own American
experiences, some later daughters attempted to sever connections
with the traditional ethnic and gendered givens of their mothers'
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Janet Handler Burstein
||228 x 153 x 18mm (L x W x T)
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