Susan Stewart (poet)

Susan Stewart (poet)

Susan Stewart (born in 1952) is an American poet, university professor and literary critic.

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    We are told that men protect us; that they are generous, even chivalric in their protection. Gentlemen, if your protectors were women, and they took all your property and your children, and paid you half as much for your work, though as well or better done than your own, would you think much of the chivalry which permitted you to sit in street-cars and picked up your pocket- handkerchief?
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