This collection consists of thirteen term papers written by WVU students enrolled in the English Department's course no. 283, "Women's Literature From A Regional Perspective." The term papers discuss such subjects as Appalachian family life, influences of grandmothers, mothers, and other female relatives on students' lives, careers of West Virginia women artists, and the role of women in various periods of West Virginia history. Some of the students' papers are transcripts of tape recorded interviews. See the inventory of this collection for a complete list of term paper titles.
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A&M 2683, Women's Literature from a Regional Perspective, Typescripts, West Virginia and Regional History Center, West Virginia University Libraries. https://archives.lib.wvu.edu/repositories/2/resources/802 Accessed June 03, 2020.