Rita Mae Brown Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Rita Mae Brown.

  • 4 Literature Criticisms
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Essays & Analysis (4)

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Critical Essay by Joan Larkin Rita Mae Brown's [In Her Day] disappointed me, despite my pleasure in reading of places I know and struggles I have lived—as well as in reading a story in w... Read more
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Critical Essay by Liz Mednick [Six of One] is in large part dialogue, and Brown, like many of her colleagues, favors rapid-fire witticism. Unfortunately she uses blanks, as for instance: "Your ... Read more
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Critical Essay by Shelly Temchin Henze Rita Mae Brown is as subversive as apple pie. Her favorite author, according to the flyleaf of Six of One, is Mark Twain. It doesn't surprise me a bit. Im... Read more
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Critical Essay by Susan Kennedy Told in a series of flashbacks and flashforwards (to 1980), Six of One is the story of two sisters who have been fighting like hellcats since early childhood in 1909. I... Read more