Women Writers List

I'm making an effort to read more modern classics and classics by women authors, so I made a list of women I would like to read more from, and women I would like to read for the first time. As I read a work by an author on this list, I will link the review next to the author's name. 

Women I want to read more from:
1. Sarah Waters- Fingersmith
2. Sylvia Plath-The Bell JarAriel and Other PoemsThe Bell Jar (reread)
3. Jane Austen- Pride and PrejudicePersuasionEmmaSense and Sensibility
4. Chimanda Ngozi Adiche-Purple Hibiscus
5. Margaret Atwood-The Handmaid's Tale
6. Muriel Spark-The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
7. Shirley Jackson-The Lottery and Other StoriesWe Have Always Lived in the Castle
8. Edith Wharton
9. Charlotte Bronte-Jane Eyre 
10. Virginia Woolf-A Room of One's Own
11. Diane di Prima- Memoirs of a Beatnik
12. Maya Angelou-I Know Why the Caged Bird SingsThe Heart of a Woman
13. Mary Shelley-Frankenstein
14. George Elliot
15. Louise Erdrich- Tracks
16. Agatha Christie- The Body in the Library & They Do it With MirrorsAnd Then There Were None

Women I want to read for the first time: 
17. Gloria Steinem-My Life on the Road
18. Zora Neal Hurston
19. Angela Carter 
20. Elena Ferante
21. Donna Tart
22. Mary Wollstonecraft
23. Elizabeth Bowen
24. Dorthy Parker
25. Ali Smith
26. Daphe Du Mauier
27. Toni Morrison
28. Anne Bronte
29. Willa Cather
30. Betty Smith
31. Charlotte Perkins Gilman
32. Anne Sexton
33. Alice Walker
34. Zadie Smith
35. Elizabeth Gaskell
36. Angela Davis
37. Audre Lorde
38. bell hooks
39. Carol Ann Duffy
40. Fanny Burney
41. Mary Beard
42. Louisa May Alcott
43. Sappho
44. Rita Mae Brown
45. Carson McCullers
46. Iris Murdoch
47. Jeanette Winterson
48. Rebecca West
49. Madeleine L'Engle-- A Wrinkle in Time
50. L.M. Montgomery
51. Mary Stewart
52. Patricia Highsmith 

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