I’ve lived through some of the waves of feminism and now I am worried about how it’s going.
Ellison seems to be the nexus of crime in her high-society, mid-western community in the 1970s.
A young political wife yearns for freedom in this tale redolent of the mythos of the 1960s.
by fangswandsfairy • Feature, Fiction Related Op-Ed, It's A History Thing • Tags: Betty Friedan, Civil Rights, Equal Pay, feminism, Mary Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, Oscar Wilde, Spittalfields, THE FEMININE MYSTIQUE, women's rights
Women’s Rights feature largely in historical romance novels and give us something to really think about. We didn’t start the fire,….