Literary Coteries and the Irish Women Writers’ Club (1933-1958)
As publishers in private printing presses, as writers of dissident texts and as political campaigners against censorship and for intellectual freedom, a radical group of twentieth-century Irish womenformed a female-only coterie to foster women's writing and maintain a public space for professional writers.
Deirdre F. Brady
- Liverpool University Press
- 152 pages
- United Kingdom
- Literary studies: from c 1900 -