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From: Utopian Studies
Val Gough and Jill Rudd, eds. A Very Different Story: Studies on the Fiction of Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 1998. ix + 186 pp. 32 [pounds sterling] (hardback); 15.95 [pounds sterling] (paperback).
UNLIKE TWO OF HER, male, near contemporaries, William Morris and Edward Bellamy, the work of Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860-1935) has not been consistently popular or high-profile throughout the course of this century. Well-known and widely read in her own lifetime, by the time of her death, her fame and influence had been over-shadowed by new ideas, new ...
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