WOMEN WRITERS: WOMEN'S ISSUES

Straight from the Literature Lover's Book of Lists by Judie L.H. Strouf (see last point)
  1. Margaret Atwood — Surfacing; Bodily Harm
  2. Simone de Beauvoir — The Second Sex; Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter; The Coming of Age
  3. Susan Brownmiller — Against Our Will: Men, Women, and Rape; Femininity (study)
  4. Joan Didion — Play It As It Lays; The White Album
  5. Shulamith Firestone — Dialectic of Sex: The Case for a Feminist Revolution
  6. Betty Friedan — The Feminine Mystique; The Second Stage
  7. Margaret Fuller — Woman in the Nineteenth Century
  8. Charlotte Perkins Gilman — The Yellow Wallpaper; Women and Economics
  9. Germaine Greer — The Female Eunuch; Sex and Destiny
  10. Elizabeth Janeway — Man's World, Woman's Place: A Study in Social Mythology; Women: Their Changing Roles; Powers of the Weak; Cross Sections: From a Decade of Change
  11. Diane Jennings — Self-Made Women: Twelve of America's Leading Entrepreneurs Talk about Success, Self-Image, and the Superwoman
  12. Erica Jong — Funny; Fear of Flying
  13. Denise Levertov — Light Up the Cave; A Door in the Hive; Candles in Babylon; Life in the Forest
  14. Kate Millett — Sexual Politics; Flying; Sita; The Basement: Meditation on a Human Sacrifice
  15. Joyce Carol Oates — Because it is Bitter, & Because It Is My Heart; I Lock My Door Upon Itself; The Rise of Life on Earth
  16. Tillie Olsen — Tell Me a Riddle; Silences; Yonnindio: from the Thirties
  17. Grace Paley — The Little Disturbances of Man; Enormous Changes at the Last Minute; Same Day
  18. Marge Piercy — Circles on the Water; Woman on the Edge of Time
  19. Sylvia Plath — The Bell Jar; Edge; Daddy; Lesbos; Lady Lazarus; The Colossus; Crossing the Water; Winter Trees :)
  20. Jean Rhys — Quarter; After Leaving Mr. Mackenzie; Voyage in the Dark; The Wide Sargasso Sea
  21. Adrienne Rich — Adrienne Rich's Poetry; Of Woman Born: Motherhood as Experience and intuit, is July;
  22. Olive Schreiner — Women and Labour
  23. Anne Sexton — Love poems of Anne Sexton; No Evil Star: Selected Essays, Interviews, and Prose; Complete Poems; Nineteen Eighty-One
  24. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley — Vindication of the Rights of Women
  25. Virginia Woolf — A Room of One's Own; Three Guineas; Orlando
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    Yes, a book of lists about books—eat your heart out List App (I know I am).