Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers

Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers: Selected full-text books and articles

Women-Writers of the Nineteenth Century By Marjory A. Bald Russell & Russell, 1963
We Are Coming: The Persuasive Discourse of Nineteenth-Century Black Women By Shirley Wilson Logan Southern Illinois University Press, 1999
With Pen and Voice: A Critical Anthology of Nineteenth-Century African-American Women By Shirley Logan Wilson Southern Illinois University Press, 1995
PRIMARY SOURCE
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Well-Tempered Women: Nineteenth-Century Temperance Rhetoric By Carol Mattingly Southern Illinois University Press, 1998
Great Women of the Press By Madelon Golden Schilpp; Sharon M. Murphy Southern Illinois University Press, 1983
We the Women: Career Firsts of Nineteenth-Century America By Madeleine B. Stern University of Nebraska Press, 1994
Margaret Fuller: An American Romantic Life By Charles M. Capper Oxford University Press, vol.1, 1992
Annie Adams Fields: Woman of Letters By Rita K. Gollin University of Massachusetts Press, 2002
Cora Crane: A Biography of Mrs. Stephen Crane By Lillian Gilkes Indiana University Press, 1960
Unveiling Kate Chopin By Emily Toth University Press of Mississippi, 1999
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