Analyzes the literary, cultural, and ethical effects of six woman writers - Nadezhda Mandel'shtam, Romola Nijinsky, Simone de Beauvoir, Lou Andreas-Salome, Asja Lacis, and Maitreyi Devi - whose lives were twined with the cultural vibrations of their time
Subjects: Language & Literature
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