This category exists in response to the widely-studied field of women writers and women's writing. The overwhelming majority of English-language universities offer courses in women's writing; it is generally recognized as a field of interest within literary studies; and it is recognized as a sub-category by the Library of Congress and the Modern Language Association. The field is studied in recognition of the widely-accepted contention that the history of women writers has been significantly different from the history of male writers.
Please see Women's writing in English.
- See also
- Category:Feminist writers
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