Includes chapters on Emma Willard, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, Lydia Sigourney, Sarah Hale.Essays Nina Baym ... presence in the story, however, and his point of view, which has been used to present much of the hunt and slaughter, is now transferred to Margot. ... praising the aquot;Short Happy Lifeaquot; as aquot;a terrific fable of the impossible civilized woman who despises the civilized man for his failure in initiative and ... They write, aquot;if she had wanted her husband dead, aquot;Actually, I Felt Sorry for the Lionaquot; 73.
|Title||:||Feminism and American Literary History|
|Publisher||:||Rutgers University Press - 1992|