Women Writers On Writing One Hundred Years Later

In the past one hundred years, there has been an influx of women writers in both American as well as British literature. There has also been an increase among international literature as well. The 20th century produced some of the most prolific female writers. These women had a large impact on the literary world. They were recognized on a scale never seen before throughout the history of literature.

These talented women include Virginia Woolf, Margaret Atwood, and Angela Carter, and Sylvia Plath. Virginia Woolf, who was English, is most widely known for her work titled “A Room of One’s Own.Confused? Here ‘s a little help . ” In it, she described how women were oppressed and needed their freedom to be happy. Margaret Atwood, who is Canadian, is considered a modern feminist. Her most famous work is a dystopian novel called “The Handmaid’s Tale. Angela Carter, another English woman, is known for her feminist and magical-realism writings. Sylvia Plath, an American woman, wrote the book “The Bell Jar,” which is highly autobiographical. She also is known for her collection of poems titled “Ariel.”

All of these talented women writers had a profound impact on arts and letters in the 20th century. They pushed the boundaries and forever changed literature.

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