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The Most Writers Are Writers trope as used in popular culture. You don’t say? Seriously, though. In fiction, it is relatively common for the main character …

Article about the Russian women and family values.

T LIT 101 Understanding Literature (5) VLPA Develops essential tools for close and informed reading of fiction, drama, and poetry. Considers how a text generates aesthetic pleasure, how it achieves moral or social impact. Develops skills in literary analysis through reading literary texts, through

There is no ‘secret plot’ to suppress female sci-fi writers. It just happens to be a literary form that tends to disproportionately attract males and male writers, whose brains are simply ‘wired’ differently from female brains, not unlike the way that science in general tends to attract males.

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The Brooklyn Historical Society is a museum, library and educational center dedicated to encouraging the exploration and appreciation of Brooklyn’s diverse peoples and cultures both past and present.

From the Tuesday edition of the Morning Jolt:. Women Writers Start Worrying About What, Exactly, Constitutes #MeToo. Perhaps it was inevitable that someone would claim the mantle of #MeToo in circumstances that were far murkier than the early scandals.

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Profiles of foreign women from Russia, Asia & Latin America, and other mail order brides. Single men and women interested in romance & marriage.

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Russian literature refers to the literature of Russia and its émigrés and to the Russian-language literature of several independent nations once a part of what was historically Rus’, the Russian Empire or the Soviet Union.

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Maintained by Charley Brindley Writer’s Free Reference was first published in August 1992 with 12 links to other websites providing free information for writers.

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Mariama Bâ (1929–1981), Senegalese novelist; So Long a Letter; Alaviyya Babayeva (1921–2014), prose-writer, translator of contemporary Russian literature, and publicist