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The World's Wife - Carol Ann Duffy

Daughters - Phoebe Stuckes

Men Explain Things to Me - Rebecca Solnit

Man Child - Audre Lorde

A Room of One's Own - Virigina Woolf

The Men Are Weeping in the Gym - Andrew McMillan

Alissa Mears' resources to explore feminism in literature

"Daughters" is a poetry collection that explores the female experience with themes of femininity, relationships, and self-awareness through the use of metaphorical language and emotional imagery. Source: The Poetry Society

"Men Explain Things To Me" is a collection of essays examining the range of misogyny in our culture, from microaggressions to prejudice in legal systems. The essays argue sexism perpetuates itself into society. Source: London Review Shop

"A Room of One's Own" is a seminal feminist essay arguing for women's financial independence and autonomy as essential prerequisites for creative and intellectual freedom. Source: Persephone Books

"Man Child" explores the theme of masculinity and the societal expectations placed upon men. The poem questions the expectations of manhood, both their restrictive nature and harm Source: The Challenging Male Supremacy Project

"The World's Wife" is a poetry collection that reimagines classic stories and myths from a feminist perspective, giving voice to female characters while exploring topics of gender, power dynamics, and identity. Source: Goodreads

"The Men Are Weeping in the Gym" is a poem considering the vulnerability and emotional release among men in a traditionally masculine space, challenging expectations of stoicism. Source: The Poetry Archive