Union College Press, 1992 - Počet stran: 808
Originally published in 1798, this collection of an early American feminist's writings includes one of the first American novels. In this work, which includes an introduction by Nina Baym, Judith Sargent Murray emerges as a woman ahead of her time.
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Preface to the Reader
Economy and method recommended and illustrated by a sketch
v An account of a remarkable cure performed on a person in the last
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The Gleaner: A Miscellaneous Production, Svazky 1–3
Mrs. Judith (Sargent) Murray
Úplné zobrazení - 1798
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