Silence, Exile and Coming Second

O'Connor, F. 2016. Silence, Exile and Coming Second. Dublin, Ireland The Irish Times.

TitleSilence, Exile and Coming Second
CreatorsO'Connor, F.
Description

Silence, exile and coming second: women writers get same raw deal as in theatre
On Nollaig na mBan, when woman are traditionally given a break, Fiona O’Connor issues a wake-up call. Women have faced discrimination in literature and publishing since Telemachus told Penelope to shut up in Homer’s The Odyssey.

Date2016
KeywordsGender Parity, Discrimination in Literature, VIDA count, Review Culture
Place of publicationDublin, Ireland
Web address (URL)https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/silence-exile-and-coming-second-women-writers-get-same-raw-deal-as-in-theatre-1.2486777

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Pitch & Putt: The VIDA Survey of Gender Parity in Literary Periodicals
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