Historical Fiction about Women Painters
Chapter 5. Susan Vreeland’s Emily Carr: Inventing a New Rhetoric About Art for Women
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SUSAN VREELAND’S EMILY CARR
Inventing a New Rhetoric About Art for Women
“Traces of women’s lives from the past can be found, but they will stay invisible or vanish anew if we have not words, nor discourse, and finally, no power—with which to articulate them.”
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