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By Kristine Mathewson - September 29, 2001
"American literature is male. To read the canon of what is currently considered classic American literature is perforce to identify as male; Our literature neither leaves women alone nor allows them to participate." Judith Fetterley (Walker, 171)
Mark Twain's writings fall under this criticism in the minds of many a literary critic, especially those…
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