Daughters of the Revolution
English Language and Literature | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Women's Studies
After nearly thirty years of the women’s movement, as we begin a new decade at the end of the century, there’s a tendency to look back and to assess where we are and where we’re going-a fairly widespread tendency, judging from the number of books currently doing this. Lillian Rubin’s Erotic Wars, Anita Shreve’s Women Together, Women Alone and Ruth Sidel’s On Her Own are attempts to assess change.
© 1991 The Nation
Greene, Gayle. "Daughters of the Revolution." Nation, vol. 252, no. 16, 29 Apr. 1991, pp. 562-567