Books by Gail B. Griffin

Released: Nov. 15, 1995

"This is a rare product from an academic world that privileges content over style: a good, fun read for anyone who cares about literature and gender—most notably for those of the author's professional ilk, who are likely to see this as a friend in book form."
A college English teacher's honest, self-searching, and relatively undoctrinaire collection of essays on the teaching life, the remembering life, and the life of the white woman she is and the woman of color she is responsibly aware of not being. Read full book review >