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  1. Book ImageAdolescent Girls in Crisis: Intervention and Hope

    Martha B. Straus

    Millions of adolescent girls are in a crisis of rage and despair.More

  2. Book ImageAdrienne Rich: Poetry and Prose

    Adrienne Rich, Albert Gelpi, Barbara Charlesworth Gelpi, Et Al.

    Second Edition

    This absolutely exquisite selection of a major poet’s best poetry is a tribute to both her and the editors as well as a deep service to literate humanity.” —ALBERT WACHTEL, Pitzer College

    I do use your edition of Rich each time I teach my women writers course. It’s essential!” —JOELLEN DELUCIA, Central Michigan University

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  3. Book ImageAfter Emily: Two Remarkable Women and the Legacy of America's Greatest Poet

    Julie Dobrow

    The untold story of the extraordinary mother and daughter who brought Emily Dickinson’s genius to light.More

  4. Book ImageThe Age of Innocence

    Edith Wharton, Candace Waid

    The text of Wharton’s richly allusive Pulitzer Prize–winning 1921 novel of desire and its implications in Old New York has been rigorously annotated by a prominent Wharton scholar.More

  5. Book ImageAll the Daring of the Soldier: Women of the Civil War Armies

    Elizabeth D. Leonard

    The fascinating stories of the women who worked as spies, as daughters of the regiments, or who disguised themselves as male soldiers to play their heroic part in the Civil War.More

  6. Book ImageAmerica's Jewish Women: A History from Colonial Times to Today

    Pamela Nadell

    A groundbreaking history of how Jewish women maintained their identity and influenced social activism as they wrote themselves into American history.More

  7. Book ImageAmerica's Working Women: A Documentary History, 1600 to the Present

    Rosalyn Fraad Baxandall, Linda Gordon

    “I am stunned by the scope and breadth of this splendid new collection of sources. It includes memories, stories, letters, poems and more, gathered from the pens and the hearts of women who lived and worked in these United States. . . . The selections are spell-binding, the introductory material illuminating, and the whole a lesson in how the multicultural and multiracial experience of work in America has been profoundly affected by gender.” —Alice Kessler-Harris, author of Out to WorkMore

  8. Book ImageThe American Woman 2001-02: Getting to the Top

    Women's Research & Education Institute, Cynthia B. Costello, Anne J. Stone, Et Al.

    WREI’s acclaimed biennial series examines the current state of women and leadership.More

  9. Book ImageAmerican Women Regionalists: A Norton Anthology

    Judith Fetterley, Marjorie Pryse

    A vibrant tradition—long neglected—is brought back to readers in this generous and rich collection.More

  10. Book ImageAnatomy of Anorexia

    Steven Levenkron

    "Invaluable to clinicians, parents, teenagers, and adults who are struggling with anorexia." —Lynn E. Ponton, M.D.More

  11. Book ImageAnatomy of Freedom: Feminism in Four Dimensions

    Robin Morgan

    Second Edition

    “Feminism is creating freedom. Robin Morgan goes beyond describing what’s wrong and begins to envision what we could be.” —Gloria SteinemMore

  12. Book ImageAnne of Green Gables

    L. M. Montgomery, Mary Henley Rubio, Elizabeth Waterston

    Since its publication in 1908, Anne of Green Gables has been an enduring bestseller and arguably Canada’s most famous novel.More

  13. Book ImageThe Annotated Uncle Tom's Cabin

    Harriet Beecher Stowe, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Hollis Robbins

    Henry Louis Gates Jr. redefines Uncle Tom's Cabin with this seminal interpretation of the great American novel.More

  14. Book ImageAr'n't I a Woman?: Female Slaves in the Plantation South

    Deborah Gray White

    Revised Edition

    "This is one of those rare books that quickly became the standard work in its field. Professor White has done justice to the complexity of her subject."—Anne Firor Scott, Duke UniversityMore

  15. Book ImageAurora Leigh

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Margaret Reynolds

    This Norton Critical Edition of Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s 1856 verse-novel is based on Margaret Reynolds’ variorum edition, which the British Academy awarded the 1993 Rose Mary Crawshay Prize and which is reprinted here by special arrangement with the Ohio University Press.More

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