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In Women's Words: Reflection and Inspiration

Lives of Our Own: Secrets of Salty Old Women
Caroline Bird
305.4 B618 1995

The First Sex: The Natural Talents of Women and How They Are Changing the World
Helen Fisher
305.4 F533 1999

Generations: A Century of Women Speak About Their Lives
Myriam Miedzian and Alisa Malinovich
305.420922 M631 1997

Souls of My Sisters: Black Women Break Their Silence, Tell Their Stories, and Heal Their Spirits
Dawn Marie Daniels and Candace Sandy
305.48896 D186 2000

Women Stage Directors Speak: Exploring the Influence of Gender on Their Work
Rebecca Daniels
792.023308 D186 1996

Voices of Light: Spiritual and Visionary Poems by Women from around the World from Ancient Sumeria to Now
edited by Aliki Barnstone
808.819382 V889 1999

The New Quotable Woman
compiled and edited by Elaine Partnow
808.882 qQ9 1992
Arranged chronologically by contributor, this book contains more than 15,000 quotations from over 2,500 women throughout history.

At Our Core: Women Writing About Power
edited by Sandra Haldeman Martz
810.80352 A861 1998

First Feminists: British Women Writers, 1578-1799
edited by Moira Ferguson
820.809287 F527

Spectacular Confessions: Autobiography, Performative Activism, and the Sites of Suffrage, 1905-1938
Barbara Green
828.91208 G795 1997
Prison diaries, letters, pamphlets, novels, journal essays, and feminist histories, produced by militant suffragettes in Edwardian England, form the basis for this book.

In Her Own Words: Women's Memoirs from Australia,
New Zealand, Canada & the United States
edited by Jill Ker Conway
920.72 I35 1999

Women Imagine Change: A Global Anthology of Women's Resistance from 600 B.C.E. to Present
edited by Eugenia C. DeLamotte, Natania Meeker, and Jean F. O'Barr
808.9287 qW872 1997
A collection of women's writings from over 30 countries. These first-person accounts speak to the ways women have resisted oppression and the methods they have found to gain power over their lives.