Trodd, Anthea, Women’s Writing in English: Britain 1900-1945 (Harlow: Addison Wesley Longman, 1998)

The most comprehensive survey study of the field. Opens with an account of women's place in early twentieth-century culture, followed by chapters on 'The Conditions of Women's Writing', 'The Forms of Women's Experience', 'Poetry', 'The Fiction of Fact', 'Popular Writing', and 'Non-Fiction'. The final chapter discusses individual writers (Mansfield, Woolf, Rhys, Bowen, Townsend Warner and West). Appendices contain a chronology, bibliography, and biographical entries for 64 authors.

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