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Women Writers Posters & Prints, pg 8/10
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literature > Women Writers Posters 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 < famous women alphabetical list < social studies


Notable women writers, authors, novelists, journalists, dramatists, poets list “R - S” with posters, prints, books, short bio info, links: Marie Louise “Ouida” de la Ramee, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Madame Recamier, Christina Rossetti, Nellie Leonie Sachs, Vita Sackville-West, George Sand, Sappho, Catharine Maria Sedgwick, Anna Sewell, Mary Shelley, Lydia Sigourney, May Sinclair, Anne-Louise de Stael, Gertrude Stein, Gloria Steinem, and Harriet Beecher Stowe.

"Ouida", Nom de Plume of Marie Louise de la Ramee, English Novelist, Giclee Print
"Ouida", Nom de Plume of Marie Louise de la Ramee, English Novelist, Giclee Print

“Ouida”, Nom de Plume of Marie Louise de la Ramee
b. 1-7-1839; England
d. 1-25-1908; Italy

A Dog of Flanders


Novelist Marjorie K. Rawlings, Photographic Print
Marjorie K. Rawlings
Photographic Print

Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
b. 8-8-1896; Washington, DC
d. 12-14-1953; St. Augustine, FL

The Yearling


Portrait of Madame Recamier, Giclee Print
Portrait of Madame Recamier,
Giclee Print

Madame Recamier
b. 12-4-1777; Lyon
d. 5-11-1849

The passionate exiles: Madame de Staël and Madame Récamier


Christina Rossetti, English Poet, Giclee Print
Christina Rossetti, English Poet,
Giclee Print

Christina Rossetti
b. 12-5-1830; London
d. 12-29-1894; cancer

The Complete Poems of Christina Rosetti

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Madame Recamier
Anne Rice
Adrienne Rich
Eleanor Roosevelt
Christina Rossetti
J. K. Rowling
Muriel Rukeyser
Nelly Leonie Sachs
Vita Sackville-West
George Sand
Sappho
Catharine Maria Sedgwick
Anna Sewell
Mary Shelley
Lydia Sigourney
May Sinclair
Madame de Stael
Gertrude Stein
Gloria Steinem
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Celia Thaxter
Dorothy Thompson
Hester Thrale
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Sojourner Truth
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Mercy Otis Warren
Ida Wells-Barnett
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Rebecca West
Edith Wharton
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Nelly Leonie Sachs, German Poet and Dramatist, Photographic Print
Nelly Leonie Sachs, Photographic Print

Nelly Leonie Sach,
b. 12-10-1891; Germany
d. 5-12-1970

Nelly Leonie Sachs was a German poet and dramatist who was awarded the 1966 Nobel Prize for Literature for her “poignant expression of the grief and yearnings of her fellow Jews”. Eli: Ein Mysterienspiel vom Leiden Israels (1950) is her best-known play.

Nelly Leonie Sachs quotes ~
• “We breathed the air of freedom without knowing the language or any person.”
• “Bewitched is half of everything.”
• “To me, a fairy tale seems to have become reality.”


Vita Sackville-West Photographic Print
Vita Sackville-West Photographic Print

Vita Sackville-West
b. 3-9-1892; England
d. 6-2-1962

Author and poet Vita Sackville-West was famous for her aristocratic life, her gardens at Sissinghurst Castle, strong marriage to diplomat Harold Nicolson, and her affairs with women such as Virginia Woolf. She is the only writer to win the Hawthornden Prize twice (1927, The Land; 1933, Collected Poems).

Vita Sackville-West quotes ~
• “What is beautiful is good, and who is good will soon be beautiful.”
• “Authority has every reason to fear the skeptic, for authority can rarely survive in the face of doubt.”
• “Women, like men, ought to have their youth so glutted with freedom they hate the very idea of freedom.”


George Sand (Amandine-Aurore-Lucile Dupin, later Baroness Dudevant) Giclee Print
George Sand
Giclee Print

George Sand
b. 7-1-1804; France
d. 6-8-1876

George Sand was the pseudonym of the French novelist and feminist Amantine-Lucile-Aurore Dupin, Baroness Dudevant. She began wearing men's clothing because they wore longer and were less expensive than an aristocrat's dress, and enabled her to gain access to places in Paris that might have been denied to a woman of her social standing. She was a companion to Frederic Chopin, friends with Franz Liszt, Gustave Flaubert, and actress Marie Dorval.

Story of My Life: The Autobiography of George Sand


Sappho by Angelica Kauffmann, Engraved by Pye, 1774, Giclee Print
Sappho, Giclee Print

Angelica Kauffmann

Sappho
b. c. 630-612 BC; Isl. of Lesbos
d. c. 570 BC

Sappho was an Ancient Greek lyric poet.

Sappho quotes ~
• “There is no place for grief in a house which serves the Muse.”
• “Although only breath, words which I command are immortal.”
• “Someone, I tell you, in another time will remember us.”

Sappho: A New Translation


Catharine Maria Sedgwick print
Catharine Maria Sedgwick print

Catharine Maria Sedgwick
b. 12-28-1789; Stockbridge, MA
d. 7-31-1867; Boston

Catharine Sedgwick was one of the most talked about authors of her time, the mid 19th century. The genre she is remembered for is called ‘domestic fiction’ featuring spirited heroine's “moral and material triumphs”. Late in life she put forth the idea that if being married meant a woman would lose their self-respect they should not marry.

A New-England Tale; or, Sketches of New-England Character and Manners, Catharine Maria Sedgwick


Black Beauty Mini Poster, Anna Sewell novel
Black Beauty Mini Poster,
Anna Sewell novel

Anna Sewell
b. 3-30-1820; England
d. 4-25-1878

Anna Sewell, who had difficulty walking because of a childhood injury, became concerned about the treatment of animals when forced to use horse drawn carriages for transportation.

• “There is no religion without love, and people may talk as much as they like about their religion, but if it does not teach them to be good and kind to other animals as well as humans, it is all a sham.” — Black Beauty


Mary Wollestoncraft Gordon Shelley Giclee Print
Mary Shelley

Mary Wollestoncraft Shelley
b. 8-30-1797; London
d. 2-1-1851; England

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, daughter of Mary Wollstonecraft, was an English romantic/gothic novelist and the author of Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus. She was married to poet Percy Bysshe Shelley.


Mary Amelia St. Clair, (pseudonym May Sinclair) Short Story Writer & Suffragist, Giclee Print
Mary Amelia St. Clair
Giclee Print

Mary Amelia St. Clair, (pseudonym May Sinclair)
b. 1862, England
d. 1946; Parkinson's Disease

The Divine Fire


Lydia Sigourney: Selected Poetry and Prose
Lydia Sigourney: Selected Poetry
and Prose

(no commercially available poster)

Lydia Sigourney
née Huntley
b. 9-1-1791; Norwich, CT
d. 6-10-1865

Poet Lydia Sigourney, known as the “Sweet Singer of Hartford”, was such a popular figure in the mid 19th century that lyceum type study groups were formed named after her - such as the the Sigournean Club of Olathe, KS.

Lydia Sigourney quotes ~
• “In early childhood you may lay the foundation of poverty or riches, industry of idleness, good or evil, by the habits to which you train your children. Teach them right habits then, and their future life is safe.”
• “The strength of a nation, especially of a republican nation, is in the intelligent and well ordered homes of the people.”


British Poet and Critic Dame Edith Sitwell, 1962, Photographic Print
Edith Sitwell,
Photographic Print

Dame Edith Sitwell
b. 9-7-1887; England
d. 12-9-1964; cerebral haemorrhage

Edith Sitwell was a poet and critic.

Edith Sitwell: Collected Poems


Agnes Smedley

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark, Poster
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
by Muriel Spark,
Poster

Muriel Spark
née Muriel Sarah Camberg
b. 2-1-1918; Edinburgh
d. 4-13-2006; Italy

Murial Spark's novel, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, has had several dramatic adaptations: a stage play in 1968, a film starring Maggie Smith in 1969, and a TV serial in 1978.


Anne-Louise de Stael, French Salon Hostess Writer and Patron of the Arts, Giclee Print
Anne Louise de Stael, Giclee Print

Anne-Louise de Stael
b. 4-22-1766; Paris
d. 7-14-1817; England

Madame de Stael: Selected Correspondence


Gertrude Stein TIME Magazine, Sept 11, 1933
Gertrude Stein
TIME Magazine,
Sept 11, 1933

Gertrude Stein
b. 2-3-1874; Pennsylvania
d. 7-27-1946; France

Gertrude Stein was an American expatriate (a person residing in a country and culture other than that of the person's upbringing or legal residence) writer who is considered to have been a primary mover in the development of modern art and literature in the early 20th century." Her Paris salon was a who's who of artists and writers: Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, André Derain, Georges Braque, Juan Gris, Alfred North Whitehead, Ernest Hemingway, Ezra Pound, Thornton Wilder, Sherwood Anderson, and Guillaume Apollinaire. "A rose is a rose is a rose."

Selected Writings
of Gertrude Stein


Gloria Steinem, Pioneers of Women's Rights Poster Series
Gloria Steinem
Pioneer of Women's Rights Poster Series

Gloria Steinem
b. 3-25-1934; Toledo, OH

“No worthwhile battle can be won only once. Now we have a past to celebrate... and a big future to plan. It’s the end of the Beginning. The stage is set.”

Moving Beyond Words: Age, Rage, Sex, Power, Money, Muscles: Breaking the Boundries of Gender


Harriet Beecher Stowe
Harriet Beecher Stowe

Harriet Beecher Stowe Writers Who Changed the World Wall Poster
b. 6-14-1811, CT
d. 7-1-1896

Abolitionist and novelist Harriet Beecher Stowe Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852) attacked the cruelty of slavery. Historians consider her efforts a significant force in leading to the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln said, when he met Stowe, “So you're the little woman who wrote the book that made this great great war!”

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