Early American Women’s Literature Collection (8 vols.)•
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This collection presents the opportunity to explore crucial perspectives often omitted in the early literary culture of America—those of women. The Early American Women’s Literature Collection assembles prominent works by female writers from the seventeenth through nineteenth centuries, and it provides a rare look into the thoughts, lives, and imaginations of women carving new roles for themselves in a burgeoning America. Explore the work of luminous editor and writer Margaret Fuller—once known as the best-read person in New England and a strong advocate of expanding education for women—now recognized as an important early feminist figure. Dive into the wit of popular novelist and newspaper columnist Fanny Fern—at one time the highest paid columnist, male or female, in the United States. You can also peruse works by celebrated Puritan poet Anne Bradstreet, adventuring journaler and business woman Sarah Kemble Knight, and novelists Catherine Maria Sedgwick and Hannah Webster Foster.
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- Includes selections of poetry and prose, fiction and nonfiction
- Offers a window into the lives of early American women
- Provides an introduction to notable figures such as Margaret Fuller and Anne Bradstreet
- The Private Journal of a Journey from Boston to New York, in the Year 1705 by Sarah Kemble Knight
- Woman in the Nineteenth Century by Margaret Fuller
- Ruth Hall: A Domestic Tale of the Present Time by Fanny Fern
- Hope Leslie: Early Times in the Massachusetts, vol. 1 by Catharine Maria Sedgwick
- Hope Leslie: Early Times in the Massachusetts, vol. 2 by Catharine Maria Sedgwick
- The Coquette; or, The History of Eliza Wharton by Hannah Webster Foster
- The Boarding School; or, Lessons of a Preceptress to Her Pupils by Hannah Webster Foster
- The Works of Anne Bradstreet by Anne Bradstreet
- Title: Early American Women’s Literature Collection
- Volumes: 8
- Pages: 2,177