She critiques generally accepted stereotypes and assumptions both about womens writing and its difference of view in particular and about frontier discourse and the rhetoric of westward expansion in general as she offers a significant contribution to literary studies of the west that will challenge scholars across a wide range of disciplines. The frontiers of womens writing womens narratives and the rhetoric of westward expansion by brigitte georgi findlay 1996 05 30 brigitte georgi findlay isbn 8580000813050 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. Although the myth of the american frontier is largely the product of writings by men a substantial body of writings by women exists that casts the era of western expansion in a different light in this study of american womens writings about the west between 1830 and 1930 a european scholar provides a reconstruction and new vision of frontier narrative from a perspective that has frequently . The frontiers of womens writing womens narratives and the rhetoric of westward expansion author brigitte georgi findlay publisher university of arizona press 1996 original from the. The frontiers of womens writing book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers although the myth of the american frontier is largely the
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