Feminist Literary Classics - Volume III - Orlando: A Biography - O Pioneers! - So Big

Narrated by:
Sara Nichols

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
March 2024
24 hours 45 minutes
Presented here is Volume III of our Feminist Literary Classics series, featuring three of the most important feminist novels ever written: Orlando: A Biography by Virginia Woolf, O Pioneers! by Willa Cather and So Big by Edna Ferber.
The first book in this collection is Orlando: A Biography, a groundbreaking English novel by Virginia Woolf that explores English history, gender roles and sexual politics in a way few books have before or since. The story follows the life of an aristocratic nobleman who changes sex from man to woman and goes on to live for centuries, meeting all of the most influential and powerful figures in English history.
Next, we have O Pioneers! by Willa Cather, the first book of the 'Prairie Trilogy' and one of the most powerful, moving books about life as a farmer in early 20th century America ever written. O Pioneers! solidified Willa Cather as a major literary force and she swiftly became the voice of the Midwest.
And finally, we present So Big, Edna Ferber's breakout, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of life on an American farm and features one of the most iconic characters in 20th century fiction, the hardscrabble schoolteacher-turned-truck-farmer Selina Peake DeJong.
Each of these books is presented in its original and unabridged format.
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