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Copyright © 1996, The University of Alabama Press. —Barratt, Alexandra. From Women’s Writing in Middle English. Edited by Alexandra Barratt. Longman Group UK Limited, 1992. Copyright © Longman Group UK Limited 1992. —Barrett Browning, Elizabeth. From “A Letter to Mary Russell Mitford, September 18, 1846,” in Women of Letters: Selected Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Mary Russell Mitford. Edited by Meredith B. Raymond and Mary Rose Sullivan. Twayne Publishers, 1987. —Barrett Browning, Elizabeth.

Copyright © 1989 by Mark W. Estrin. All rights reserved. —Brontë, Charlotte. From “Caroline Vernon,” in Legends of Angria: Compiled from The Early Writings of Charlotte Brontë. Edited by Fannie E. Ratchford. Yale University Press, 1933. Copyright © 1933 by Yale University Press. Renewed 1961 by Fannit Ratchford. —Brooks, Gwendolyn. From Blacks. The David Company, 1987. Copyright © 1945, 1949, 1953, 1960, 1963, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1975, 1981, 1986 by Gwendolyn Brooks Blakely. All rights reserved.

Copyright © 2000 Peter Lang Publishing. All rights reserved. —Cott, Nancy. From “Historical Perspectives: The Equal Rights Amendment Conflict in 1920s,” in Conflicts in Feminism. Edited by Marianne Hirsch and Evelyn Fox Keller. Routledge, 1990. Copyright © 1990 by Routledge, Chapman and Hall, Inc. All rights reserved. —Cotton, Nancy. From “Women Playwrights in England,” in Read- F E M I N I S M I N L I T E R AT U R E : A G A L E C R I T I C A L C O M PA N I O N , V O L . —Douglas, Ann. From The Feminization of American Culture.

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