Women And Authorship In Revolutionary America

Author: Angela Vietto
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351872419
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The resulting analysis complicates and challenges a number of critical commonplaces, presenting instead a narrative of American literary history that presents the novel as women’s entrée into authorship; dichotomized views of civic and ...

Love Of Freedom

Author: Catherine Adams
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199779833
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Hiram Barrus, History of the Town of Goshen, Hampshire County, Massachusetts
(Boston: published by the author, 1881), 116; Gary B. Nash and Graham Russell
Gao Hodges, Friends of Liberty: A Tale of Three Patriots, Two Revolutions, and
the Betrayal that Divided a Nation (New ... Excepts from her religious tract were
published in The Liberator (January 31, 1831); Angela Vietto, Women and
Authorship in Revolutionary America (Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate Publishing, 2005),

Writing The Rebellion

Author: Philip Gould
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019996789X
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For the poem's complex publication history and speculation about alternative
authorship, see Winthrop Sargent, ed., The Loyalist Verses ofjoseph Stansbury
and Ionathan Odell; Relating to the American Revolution (Albany: I. Munsell,
1860), ... Women of the Republic: Intellect and Ideology in Revolutionary America
(Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1980); and Mary Beth Norton,
Liberty's Daughters: The Revolutionary Experience of American Women (Boston:
Little, ...

Mere Equals

Author: Lucia McMahon
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 0801465443
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For useful studies the explore intersections between prescriptive literature and
lived experience in the eighteenth century, see Heidi Brayman Hackel and
Catherine E. Kelly, eds., Reading Women: Literacy, Authorship, and Culture in
the Atlantic World, 1500–1800 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press,
2008); Catherine Kerrison, Claiming the Pen: Women and Intellectual Life in the
Early American South (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2006). 3. Elizabeth
Maddock Dillon ...

A Woman S Dilemma

Author: Rosemarie Zagarri
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118774817
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Mercy Otis Warren and the American Revolution Rosemarie Zagarri. 1773. In
1814, a man named Samuel Barrett claimed that he was the author of The Group.
Alarmed at the usurpation of one of her favorite works, Mercy asked John Adams
to testify publicly to her authorship, which he obligingly did. In another case,
Mercy did not receive proper credit for many years for publishing an influential
tract against the Constitution, which she had signed “A Columbian Patriot.”
Although she ...

Women And The U S Constitution 1776 1920

Author: Jean H. Baker
Publisher: American Historical Assn.
ISBN: 0872291634
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In the drafting of the U.S. Constitution, gender was a non-issue. Women played no role in the authorship of either the original 1787 document or the Bill of Rights, and were largely excluded from the Constitution's application.

Reclaiming Authorship

Author: Susan S. Williams
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780812239423
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There was, in the nineteenth century, a distinction made between "writers" and "authors," Susan S. Williams notes, the former defined as those who composed primarily from mere experience or observation rather than from the unique genius or ...

The Cambridge History Of American Women S Literature

Author: Dale M. Bauer
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316176002
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This volume immerses readers in a new dialogue about the range and depth of women's literature in the United States and allows them to trace the ever-evolving shape of the field.

Early American Women Critics

Author: Gay Gibson Cima
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139456830
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Between 1650 and 1783 (the year the Treaty of Paris ended the Revolutionary
War), European American women, like their male counterparts, usually adopted
anonymous host bodies to protect themselves against social embarrassment or
legal action. If their work was not published anonymously, it appeared
posthumously, pseudonymously, under initials, or through dictation to a male
author. Pseudonymous productions enabled white women to create ''cultured
American'' bodies: ...