Bleeding Red: Radical Narratives in Women’s Proletarian Literature from the United States and Japan

Moore, Georgia L.


  • A literary analysis and comparison of themes found in women's proletarian literature from the United States and Japan as writers responded to trends in 20th century feminist thought through a Marxist lens, expressing both optimism and concern for the future of working women and the global influence of imperialist, patriarchal, and capitalist institutions.

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