January 2002
Explorations in Contemporary Feminist Literature;2002, p182
The article presents an overview of the book, Explorations in Contemporary Feminist Literature: The Battle against Oppression for Writers of Color, Lesbian and Transgender Communities, Mary Pernal. The book is a work that connects issues of oppression across diverse communities within the contemporary feminism. The need for personal-redefinition by members of marginalized communities seeking a ground of self-determination and respect is the major focus of this book.


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