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From A Raisin in the Sun. Modern Library, 1995. Copyright © 1958, 1986 by Robert Nemiroff, as an unpublished work. Copyright © 1959, 1966, 1984, 1987, 1988 by Robert Nemiroff. All rights reserved. —Harris, Susan K. ’ Evaluating Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Fiction,” in The (Other) American Traditions: Nineteenth-Century Women Writers. Edited by Joyce W. Warren. Rutgers University Press, 1993. Copyright © 1993 by Rutgers University Press. All rights reserved. —Head, Bessie. From “Despite Broken Bondage, Botswana Women Are Still Unloved,” in A Woman Alone: Autobiographical Writings.
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Copyright © 1987, The University of Tulsa. All rights reserved. —The Victorian Newsletter, v. 82, fall, 1992 for “Revisionist Mythmaking in Christina Rossetti’s ‘Goblin Market’: Eve’s Apple and Other Questions” by Sylvia Bailey Shurbutt; v. 92, fall, 1997 for “The Poet and the Bible: Christina Rossetti’s Feminist Hermeneutics” by Lynda Palazzo; spring, 1998 for “‘No Sorrow I Have Thought More About’: The Tragic Failure of George Eliot’s St. Theresa” by June Skye Szirotny. —Victorians Institute Journal, v.