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From: The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition
Charlotte Perkins Gilman 1860-1935, American feminist and reformer, b. Hartford, Conn.; great-granddaughter of Lyman
. Prominent as a lecturer and writer on the labor movement and feminism, she edited the
a liberal journal. She wrote many works on social and economic problems, the most important of which is
Women and Economics
(1898, repr. 1970). Incurably ill, she committed suicide.
Bibliography: See her autobiography (1935).
Author not available, GILMAN, CHARLOTTE PERKINS. , The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition 2008
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