Literary America, 1903-1934: The Mary Austin Letters

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Literary America 1903-1934
THE MARY AUSTIN LETTERS

Selected and Edited by T. PEARCE M.

CONTRIBUTIONS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES, NUMBER 5

GREENWOOD, PRESS WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT • LONDON, ENGLAND

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction xi
  • Early California Days I 3
  • 1 4
  • 2 7
  • 3 8
  • 4 10
  • 5 12
  • 6 14
  • 7 15
  • 8 17
  • 9 19
  • 10 21
  • 11 25
  • The Carmel Way II 29
  • 12 30
  • 13 32
  • 14 35
  • 15 37
  • 16 40
  • 17 42
  • 18 46
  • 19 50
  • 20 54
  • 21 57
  • The New York Projects III 63
  • 24 65
  • 25 67
  • 26 69
  • 27 70
  • 28 71
  • 29 73
  • 30 76
  • 33 82
  • 35 84
  • 36 85
  • 37 86
  • 38 88
  • 39 90
  • 40 90
  • 41 93
  • 42 96
  • 43 98
  • 45 110
  • Visits to the West IV 113
  • 48 116
  • 49 118
  • 50 120
  • 51 121
  • 52 125
  • 53 126
  • 53 127
  • 55 129
  • 57 134
  • 58 136
  • 59 138
  • 60 141
  • 61 144
  • 62 147
  • 63 149
  • 64 153
  • 65 154
  • 66 160
  • 67 163
  • 68 166
  • V Early Santa Fe Interests 169
  • 69 172
  • 70 174
  • 71 176
  • 72 177
  • 73 178
  • 75 181
  • 77 185
  • 78 186
  • 80 189
  • 81 191
  • 82 194
  • 83 197
  • ____84 199
  • ___85 201
  • ___86 203
  • 87 207
  • 88 209
  • 89 211
  • 90 213
  • 91 215
  • The Last Years VI 217
  • 92 218
  • 93 220
  • 78 225
  • 96 226
  • 97 229
  • 98 231
  • 99 235
  • _____ 100 237
  • _____ 101 238
  • _____ 102 240
  • _____ 104 246
  • _____ 105 249
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  • _____ 108 255
  • _____ 109 258
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  • _____ 112 261
  • _____ 113 262
  • _____ 114 265
  • _____ 115 268
  • Brief Sketches of Selected Literary Figures Mentioned in the Mary Austin Letters 271
  • General Subject Index 289
  • About the Editor 297
  • Contributions in Women's Studies 299
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