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Author of the first book of poetry produced in the colonies, she is celebrated today
for her personal, confessional, and domestic lyrics, which uniquely open a
window onto the private and family dynamics of Puritan life. But these affecting ...
In the third view, home was where the most important national product — the
citizen — was manufactured; the domestic sphere was therefore a work site fully
participant in public life. This public sense of domestic slides into the meaning
that it ...
As though recognizing this fact (or perhaps more mundanely to recirculate her
researches), Ellet ran much of the material in Women of the American Revolution
through a new format and published it as A Domestic History of the American ...
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AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS AND THE WORK OF HISTORY, 1790-1860User Review - Kirkus
By revealing women's use of history in the making of it, Baym rebuts conventional wisdom about women's absence from national life in antebellum America. Baym (English/Univ. of Illinois, Champaign ... Read full review
Women as Students of History
Maternal Historians Didactic Mothers
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