A Perfect Mother (Ulverscroft General Fiction)

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It’s a great question Jane, and because I put my 76K words novel in the category of “Contemporary commercial women’s fiction”, let me respond. With more than thirty science fiction novels and numerous short stories to his credit, he is one of the most widely read SF writers. BLACK WOMEN, JUST LIKE ANY OTHER WOMEN treat their man the way they are or have been treated. While the wide variety of subgenres in which some element of feminist spirituality now appears underscores the scope of the phenomenon and its recognition on the part of both authors and audiences, more important is the degree to which feminist spirituality is represented and highlighted. 245 Women in Science Fiction and Fantasy Volume 1: Overviews FEMINIST SPIRITUALITY IN LITERATURE OF THE FANTASTIC Feminist spirituality appeared at first as an innovative, groundbreaking fea- ture in various subgenres.

Pages: 356

Publisher: Ulverscroft Large Print Books; Lrg edition (December 2008)

ISBN: 184782479X

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