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Notes on Sources Chapter 1 There are no comprehensive histories of American
women writers or American women's writings. The strategies and struggles of
some professional American women writers are described from very different ...
Renaissance (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1986); Linda Kerber, "
Separate Spheres, Female World, Women's Place: The Rhetoric of Women's
History," Journal of American History 75 (1989):9-39; Jane Tompkins,
S. M. Berts &c Co., 1869); Elizabeth P. Peabody, Letters of Elizabeth P. Peabody:
American Renaissance Woman, ed. Bruce A. Ronda (Middletown, Conn.:
Wesleyan University Press, 1984); Clyde N. Wilson, Dictionary of Literary
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AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS AND THE WORK OF HISTORY, 1790-1860User Review - Jane Doe - 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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