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Fiction about abortion confronts the complicated history of gender, sexuality and women’s rights

By Sharon Engbrecht, PhD Candidate, Department of English Language and Literatures, University of British Columbia
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Before and after abortion was decriminalized in Canada in 1969, fiction has explored how abortion intersects with cultural imaginings about women’s bodies and humanity’s future.The Conversation

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