Griffin, Gabriele (ed.). Difference in View: Women and Modernism (London: Taylor and Francis, 1994)

A collection which highlights the diversity of women's cultural production in the modernist period, examining painting, theatre and magazines as well as poetry and prose. Contains discussions of both male and female writings of the self in the 1930s, and of how modernist women writers represent homosexual men. Articles are devoted to Sackville-West and Leonora Carrington, and other authors discussed include Brittain, Hall, Holtby, Stevie Smith, Townsend Warner and Woolf.

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