Susan Gubar  

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Dr. Susan M. Gubar (born 1944) is a Distinguished Professor of English and Women's Studies. She has taught at Indiana University for more than twenty years. She is co-author with Dr. Sandra Gilbert of the groundbreaking feminist text, The Madwoman in the Attic (1979) and other works.




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