La letteratura ‘minore’ femminile a inizio Novecento
| BOLLETTINO DELL'ARCHIVIO PER LA STORIA DEL MOVIMENTO SOCIALE CATTOLICO IN ITALIA - 2011 - 3
Among the archival documents from the 19th and 20th centuries that re-emerge today is the presence of women’s ‘minor’ literature. It is very important because it describes the model of a ‘new woman’ and reveals the topic of emancipation, seen as the acquisition of full citizenship and ethical and social engagement. Especially through the publication of magazines and novels, many Christian feminists (among them, Giacomelli, Saporiti, Melegari, Bisi Albini) also spoke for new dignity for women and a search for faith that should not be taken for granted.