The Woman Reader

 

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The Woman Reader


by Belinda Elizabeth Jack (Author)

 

Hardback

ISBN: 9780300120455

 

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Tells the complete history of women readers and the controversies their reading has inspired since the beginning of the written word. This volume travels from the Cro-Magnon cave to the digital bookstores of our time, exploring how and what women have read through the ages and across cultures and civilizations.



Today, a new set of distinctions between male and female readers has emerged, and Jack explores such contemporary topics as the commitment of mothers vs. fathers to children's literacy, women's vocal demands for censorship in school libraries, and the impact of women readers in their new status as the prime movers in the world of reading.


 

ISBN 300120451
ISBN13 9780300120455
Publisher Yale University Press
Format Hardback
Publication date 25/05/2012
Pages 336
Weight (grammes) 621
Published in United States
Height (mm) 234
Width (mm) 156