Annie Adams Fields: Woman of Letters

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Annie Adams Fields *
  • Introduction - Life in the Great Garden 1
  • Part One - Mrs. James T. Fields (1854–1881) *
  • Section I - Beyond the Garden (1854–1868) *
  • 1 - Marriage 11
  • 2 - Grand Tour 24
  • 3 - Back Home 32
  • 4 - The Conservative Feminist 45
  • 5 - Grand as Ever—nathaniel Hawthorne 55
  • 6 - Have Seen Mr. Dickens 65
  • Section II - Befriending Women *
  • 7 - Friendships of the Sixties 79
  • 8 - The Author's Wife—sophia Hawthorne (1809–1871) 92
  • 9 - The Sixties and Beyond—close Friends 106
  • 10 - The Sixties and Beyond—occasional Friends 122
  • 11 - Sustaining Intimacy—harriet Beecher Stowe (1811–1896) 135
  • 12 - Sustaining Intimacy—laura Winthrop Johnson (1825–1889) 150
  • Section III - Loss and Consolidation *
  • 13 - The Changing Panorama 161
  • 14 - The Surging Condition of Women 171
  • 15 - New Directions 189
  • Part Two - Mrs. Annie Fields (1881–1915) *
  • Section IV - Autonomy and Independence—the Eighties *
  • 16 - Widowhood 211
  • 17 - Best Friendship 221
  • 18 - Overlapping Circles 229
  • Section V - High Water *
  • 19 - Abroad 243
  • 20 - Connoisseur, Cynosure, and Advocate 251
  • 21 - Editors and Friends 258
  • 22 - Authority and Celebrity 278
  • Section VI - Final Years *
  • 23 - Hospitality and Enterprise 295
  • 24 - Willa Sibert Cather (1873–1947) 302
  • 25 - Endings 309
  • Abbreviations Used in the Notes 315
  • Notes 317
  • Index 363
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