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ANGELS OR DEMONS - 50 Feminist Classics in One Volume - The Endlessly Influential and Revolutionary Women Protagonists in the Great Classics of World Literature - cover

ANGELS OR DEMONS - 50 Feminist Classics in One Volume - The Endlessly Influential and Revolutionary Women Protagonists in the Great Classics of World Literature

Louisa May Alcott, Kate Chopin, Fanny Burney, Mary Wollstonecraft, Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Rebecca Harding Davis, Henry James, Leo Tolstoy, Thomas Hardy, Elizabeth Gaskell, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Henrik Ibsen, Grant Allen, Ethel Sybil Turner, Elizabeth Burgoyne Corbett, H. G. Wells, Gene Stratton-Porter, Willa Cather, Edith Wharton, Theodore Dreiser, Ada Cambridge, Mary Johnston, Marietta Holley, Elia Wilkinson Peattie, Virginia Woolf, Christopher Morley, Zona Gale, Elizabeth von Arnim, Edna Ferber, Rebecca Deming Moore, D.H. Lawrence, Margaret Oliphant, Sinclair Lewis, Margaret Deland, Nikolai Leskov

Translator Alfred Edward Chamot

Publisher: e-artnow

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e-artnow presents to you this meticulously edited collection of world's greatest classics with the most influential female protagonists in literature:
Camilla (Fanny Burney)
Maria; Or, The Wrongs of Woman (Mary Wollstonecraft)
Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen)
Jane Eyre (Charlotte Brontë)
The Scarlet Letter (Nathaniel Hawthorne)
Lady Macbeth of the Mzinsk District (Nikolai Leskov)
Hester (Margaret Oliphant)
Life in the Iron Mills (Rebecca Harding Davis)
Little Women (Louisa May Alcott)
Behind a Mask (Louisa May Alcott)
The Portrait of a Lady (Henry James)
Daisy Miller (Henry James)
The Bostonians (Henry James)
Anna Karenina (Leo Tolstoy)
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (Thomas Hardy)
North and South (Elizabeth Gaskell)
Wives and Daughter (Elizabeth Gaskell)
The Yellow Wallpaper (Charlotte Perkins Gilman)
Herland (Charlotte Perkins Gilman)
A Doll's House (Henrik Ibsen)
Hedda Gabler (Henrik Ibsen)
The Awakening (Kate Chopin)
The Woman Who Did (Grant Allen)
Miss Cayley's Adventures (Grant Allen)
The Story of a Baby (Ethel Sybil Turner)
New Amazonia (Elizabeth Burgoyne Corbett)
Ann Veronica (H. G. Wells)
A Girl of the Limberlost (Gene Stratton-Porter)
A Daughter of the Land (Gene Stratton-Porter)
The Iron Woman (Margaret Deland)
O Pioneers! (Willa Cather)
My Ántonia (Willa Cather)
The Song of the Lark (Willa Cather)
The House of Mirth (Edith Wharton)
Summer (Edith Wharton)
Sister Carrie (Theodore Dreiser)
Jennie Gerhardt (Theodore Dreiser)
Sisters (Ada Cambridge)
Hagar (Mary Johnston)
Samantha on the Woman Question (Marietta Holley)
The Precipice (Elia Wilkinson Peattie)
Voyage Out (Virginia Woolf)
Parnassus on Wheels (Christopher Morley)
The Job (Sinclair Lewis)
Miss Lulu Bett (Zona Gale)
The Rainbow (D. H. Lawrence)
The Lost Girl (D. H. Lawrence) 
The Enchanted April (Elizabeth von Arnim)
Fanny Herself (Edna Ferber)
So Big (Edna Ferber)

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