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mrs-woof-and-servants-american-editionCUNY law professor Ruthann Robson has published an extensive essay on Alison Light’s book Mrs Woolf and the Servants in the Berkeley Journal of  Gender, Law and Justice, and you can read it online. 

“A Servant of One’s Own: The Continuing Class Struggle in Feminist Legal Theories and Practices” looks at Woolf, Light’s book, and contemporary “servant” problems in United States law and culture. The essay considers the role of feminist legal theories in confronting the continuing issue of domestic service, according to Robson.

You can read the essay on Robson’s Web site. You can also read about the critical response to the American edition here.

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