Gender and Rhetorical Space in American Life, 1866-1910


Johnson demonstrates that after the Civil War, non-academic or "parlor" traditions of rhetorical performance helped to sustain the icon of the white middle-class woman as queen of her domestic sphere by promoting a code of rhetorical behavior for women that required the performance of conventional femininity.


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