Feeling 'the thing': Women and a National Literature Enter the Academy


  • Mary Polito




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How to Cite

Polito, M. (1995). Feeling ’the thing’: Women and a National Literature Enter the Academy. Tessera, 18. https://doi.org/10.25071/1923-9408.25013