6 edition of Mothers Through the Eyes of Women Writers found in the catalog.
May 10, 2001
by Conari Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Judith Shapiro (Foreword), E. M. Broner (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
MOTHER EARTH Through the Eyes of Women Photographers and Writers Edited by Judith Boice Revised Tenth-Anniversary Edition 'Combining the traditions of environmentalism and color photography, these photographs move us with their beauty and sincerity.'-Annie Leibovitz. Zora Neale Hurston's best-known work was published in Their Eyes Were Watching God, a novel which was controversial because it didn't fit easily into stereotypes of black stories. She was criticized within the black community for taking funds from whites to support her writing; she wrote about themes "too black" to appeal to many whites.
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Rated stars. The source of the spring: mothers through the eyes of women writers. [Judith R Shapiro;] -- Contains essays and short stories written by alumnae and high-school students who have been winners in the Barnard College Essay Contest, in which they explore the mother-daughter relationship.
Subjects include the role of women in pastoral theology and pastoral care, care of African American women, and of women entering ministry. The book treats anger, aggression, lesbian identities, loss of mothers, eating disorders, hysterectomy, mastectomy, rape, and older women's issues/5(5).
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Through My Mother's Eyes begins with Jean-Marie relating the story of her family's internment to her two eldest sons for the first time, almost twenty years after the liberation of the camp. Michael, her eldest son, now tells that story to you/5(13).
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Scanned in : The best books of the 21st century. explores urgent questions of power and enslavement through the eyes of three women. “As this genre Author: Guardian Staff. In the exploration and analysis of Walker’s essays in the book “In Search of our Mothers’ Gardens”, it is essential that we look deep into the multiple themes of identity, historical racism, independence, and inspiration and the unique way she has dealt with all of these.A striking aspect of the book is the unique resonance of ‘womanism’ (a coinage by the author herself) in the.Commentary by Jack Kelley “Because you have seen me you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed” (John ) Note: This article is one of Jack’s Bible Through the Eyes of its Writers category, which is one of my favorites!
Written in the first person as if Mary Magdalene herself is telling us her story.Get this from a library! Mother Earth: through the eyes of women photographers and writers. [Judith Boice;] -- With more than 70 colour photographs and accompanying text, this text combines the work of some of the world's most talented women photographers with the poetry and prose of eminent women writers .