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Kate Chopin: Early Feminist
Few readers today would know the name Katherine O’Flaherty, but many might remember Kate Chopin, the name adopted by the author of The Awakening. While she might not be widely recognized today, she experienced a revival in the latter part of the twentieth century because of her concerns with women’s issues, especially their freedom from societal (particularly masculine) mandates.Read More >



































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