Mary ellmann thinking about women
Thinking About Women by Mary Ellmann
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Mary Ellmann's book, "Thinking About Women," is a diatribe against a stereotype.
Mary Ellmann —89 was an American writer and literary critic. Ellmann is particularly noted for her book of essays, Thinking About Women ,  which discusses the evolution of the representation of femininity in British and American literature, exhibiting sexual analogies and stereotypes from the texts and contrasting criticism by male and female authors. Ellmann was born in Newburyport, Massachusetts. She attended the University of Massachusetts and Yale University , and married the literary critic Richard Ellmann in The couple had three children, Stephen, Maud , and Lucy.