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by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

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Ellador’s Vampires: Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s Use of Marxian Analogy in With Her in Ourland
http://www.cortland.edu/gilman/newsletter.html#Charlotte Perkins Gilman Newsletter (1998)
“In With Her in Ourland, Gilman either refers to directly or alludes to the theoretical works of a number of established sociologists of her time. Among these theorists is Karl Marx.” [Note: scroll down in page to find essay]
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Kathi Rangel-Wrono
From: The Charlotte Perkins Gilman Newsletter Spring 1998; Vol. VIII. No. 1
Keywords: Marxism

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