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Sites about Collected Stories of Kate Chopin
by Kate Chopin
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- Kate Chopin as Feminist: Subverting the French Androcentric Influence
- This critical commentary of Kate Chopin speaks first to her woman-centered writing and moves to specifically discuss her short story “Her Letters.”
- Contains: Plot Summary, Historical Context, Character Analysis
- Author: Le Marquand, Jane
- From: Deep South v.2. n.3. (Spring 1996)
- Keywords: Kate Chopin, women, Her Letters,
- Kate Chopin’s “Lilacs” and “Two Portraits”: Examples of Catholic Sensibility or Modernism?
- “A paper which examines two of Chopin’s religiously themed short stories in an attempt to place them into a viable critical category.”
- Contains: Content Analysis
- Author: Emily Smith
- Kate Chopin’s “Lilacs” and the Story of the Annunciation
- “When the theologian Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza writes that the myth of the Virgin Mary “sanctions a deep psychological and institutional split” (59) among women in the Catholic tradition, she captures what Kate Chopin also captured in her story “Lilacs.” There, sisterhood between secular and religious women appears fragmented and nearly impossible.”
- Contains: Plot Summary, Character Analysis
- Author: Padgett, Jacqueline Olson
- From: WILLA Volume III, 19-22.
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