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North American literature and the women's suffrage movement

Mary Chapman is a professor of English at UBC. She has recently co-edited a book called Treacherous Texts: US Suffrage Literature. She came into the studio to share her insights into this fascinating period and the writing that came from the suffrage movement in North America... and what it tells us about our history. She'll be on the air on Saturday at 7 a.m.

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