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Here are the top ten articles for the Women's Lit Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Pen Names Use by Women Writers
There was a time when being a female writer was looked down upon and to their works published or even read by a large number of people, women writers had to use what is called a pen name or pseudonyms to disguise their identity.
2. History of Women's Literature
How did women's literature get it's start? Read about some of the history of women and the written word.
3. Edith Wharton – First Woman Pulitzer Prize Winner
A look at Edith Wharton, the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction with her novel The Age of Innoncence.
4. The Kashmir Shawl by Rosie Thomas
The language Rosie Thomas uses to tell us this story is beautifully written. Her description of India makes you feel as if you are walking the same roads as Mair and Nerys. But, I am torn about how to write this review.
5. Zora Neale Hurston - Author
A look at Zora Neale Hurston, author of Their Eyes Were Watching God.
6. Themes in Women’s Literature
To help further define what women’s literature is and maybe spark a story idea for you, I have compiled some common themes and sub-genres in women’s literature.
7. Turned by Julie Kenner
The third and hopefully not final book of the Blood Lily Chronicles. This one grabs you in as soon as you start reading!
8. Nook Color Review
My review of the Barnes and Noble Nook Color. After a long debate, I decided what to get but was I happy or was I let down?
9. Megan's Way Book Review
Megan's Way by Melissa Foster is an emotionally moving book especially for a first time, self-publish novel. I cried at nearly every turn of the page.
10. Sarah's Key - Book Review
Sarah's Key by Tatiana De Rosnay is a fictional story about the round up of Jewish men, women, and children in Paris during the holocaust.
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