New England Local Color Literature: a woman's tradition.
NYT, Continuum, (1988). VG Pb. This is the landmark critical study of the 19th century New England local color school of literature. Here Donovan. On December 3, 1989, 104 of Boston's and the nation's literary geniuses gathered to mark the 70th birthday of Oliver Wendell Holmes. thrown by the Atlantic Monthly. In 1882 they continued the tradition for Harriet Beecher Stowe, For the first time women were invited to an affair of this type. Here Donovan describes its evolution through the careers of several well-known but for the most part unjustly over looked writers. Here they discussed their work in detail, how each writer rejected romantic stereotypes and depicted strong women in realistic local settings, thereby calling atention to the issues of female solidarity, sexist opperssion, and other real converns of women's lives.
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