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The article discusses the significance of the book "The Pilgrim's Progress" by John Bunyan in the life of Bronson Alcott, father of author Luisa May Alcott. Topics mentioned include Alcott's views on the book as a work of pure genius, "The Pilgrim's Progress" as the framework of Louisa May Alcott's ...
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Analysis of the gendering of writing and reading both within and without literary texts in Englishwomen's writings; Focus on the Sidney family circle; Renaissance women's sexual power; Question on whether gender is "inscribed" in the culture as a whole.
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