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Women and Rhetoric Between the Wars (Studies in Rhetorics and Feminisms)

Co-edited by Ann George, Professor of English 

Southern Illinois University Press, February 2013


Exploring the period of time between World Wars I and II, George and her co-editors exhume the neglected essays of women whose writings contributed to the evolution of today’s field of rhetoric.

The book presents a complex view of how women affected multiple arenas, from academia to public service, in an era when the world was reinventing itself with the help of empowered women.



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