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Cixous, Helene, Three Steps on the Ladder of Writing, Columbia University Press, 1994.

This book is not light reading; however, it is refreshing
material for anyone interested in developing
their art of writing. Cixous, a playwright as well as
a feminist theorist, does not present theories filled
with academic jargon. She takes her thoughts and applies
them to her own writing, giving other writers
deeper insights into their own art.





Elgin, Suzette Haden, Native Tongue, Feminist Press, 2001.

Elgin's science fiction thriller takes on the topic of the
power of language. The setting is the twenty-second
century, during which time women's legal rights
have been repealed. Most of the female population
are bred to become linguists and translators. In an
attempt to win their freedom, they create a new language.
This book won critical praise when first published
in the 1980s.






Lewis, C. S., A Grief Observed, Harper, 2001.

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