Feminism in literature

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Queen Elizabeth I, the second daughter of King Henry VIII, was born in 1533 and died in 1603. Henry VIII was disappointed when Anne Boleyn birthed a daughter instead of a son to be heir to his throne. However, Queen Elizabeth I would later be considered the greatest English ruler in history. Art, music, and literature flourished under her reign. Click the image above to learn more.

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Love using film to engage your students? Here are my top 5 films to use in high school ELA classes - for teaching critical theory, concepts in literature, writing, and debate!

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Don't we all, even as grown women, dream to be as fierce and wise and strong as these young literary heroines? #strongwomen #stronggirls #girlpower

Don't we all, even as grown women, dream to be as fierce and wise and strong as these young literary heroines? #strongwomen #stronggirls #girlpower

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"A woman like me has a sword for a tongue, night in the heart and room in the body for only the mysterious -the impossible, infathomable things" -Segovia Amil,

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We Should All be Feminists - by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Short single essay about the value of feminism and her experiences with people resisting it.

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FEMINISM IN LITERATURE: A JEST OF GOD - MARGARET LAURENCE | katsomething | Bloglovin’

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