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From: The Modern Language Review
The Mixed Legacy of Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Ed. by CATHERINE J. GOLDEN and JOANNA SCHNEIDER ZANGRANDO. Cranbury, NJ: University of Delaware Press; London: Associated University Presses. 2000. 235 pp. 32 [pounds sterling].
As the title indicates, the editors of this collection are anxious from the outset to emphasize the 'mixed legacy' that is the work of Charlotte Perkins Gilman. While many of the essays are familiar (some over-familiar) encomiums to the lasting influence of the writer on the lives of those who study her, other contributors have more to say about the complexity ...
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