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In her own voice : nineteenth-century American women essayists /

edited by Sherry Lee Linkon.

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Names: Linkon, Sherry Lee,
Published: New York : Garland Pub., 1997.
Series: Garland reference library of the humanities ; v. 2043
Gender & genre in literature ; v. 9.
Topics: American essays - Women authors - History and criticism. | Women and literature - United States - History - 19th century. | Women and journalism - United States - History - 19th century. | American essays - 19th century - History and criticism.
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Women writers and the assumption of authority : the Atlantic monthly, 1857-1898 / Shirley Marchalonis -- Conversation as rhetoric in Margaret Fuller's Woman in the nineteenth century / Judith Mattson Bean -- "Thumping against the glittering wall of limitations" : Lydia Maria Child's "Letters from New York" / Stephanie A. Tingley -- "We must be about our father's business" : Anna Julia Cooper and the in-corporation of the nineteenth-century African-American woman intellectual / Elizabeth Alexander -- "I thought from the way you writ, that you were a great six-footer of a woman" : gender and the public voice in Fanny Fern's newspaper essays / Laura Laffrado -- Excising the text, exorcising the author : Margaret Fuller's Summer on the lakes, in 1843 / Dorothy Z. Baker -- Literary cross-dressing in old New York : Ann Sophia Stephens as Jonathan Slick / Beatrice Jacobson -- Gender and the jeremiad : Gail Hamilton's antisuffrage prophecy / Sherry Lee Linkon -- The American Indian story of Zitkala-Sa / Margaret A. Lukens.
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