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Kate Walbert
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Coen, Stephanie, ed., American Theatre Book of Monologues for Women, Theatre Communications Group, 2003.

The monologues included in this text were selected from plays by authors such as Wendy Wasserstein, Edward Albee, and Sam Shepard, published in American Theatre magazine.

Downie, David, Paris, Paris: Journey into the City of Light, Transatlantic Press, 2005.

This exploration of Paris, written by an American ex-patriot, looks at the sites and the culture of Paris.

Friday, Nancy, My Mother/My Self, Delta, 1997.

Nancy Friday explores the often complex relationship between mothers and daughters, seeking to show the mirroring that occurs in many of these relationships.

Millet, Kate, Sexual Politics, Doubleday, 1970.

This work outlines women's fight for equality during the middle of the twentieth century as well as the history and dynamics of feminism.

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