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Teaching "Representation" from Are Women People? (1915)

"Representation" from Are Women People? (1915)

Alice Duer Miller was an American suffragist whose poetry influenced political opinion. In many of her poems, including this one, Duer Miller responds directly to a popular quote from people who expressed anti-feminist and anti-suffragist ideals. In this poem, she responds directly to the Vice President at the time, Thomas Marshall.

Alice Duer Miller
Project Gutenberg


Can one person truly and fully represent another person?


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