Reclaiming authorship literary women in america 1850 1900 susan s williams reclaiming authorship augments our knowledge of the female literary tradition and enriches our grasp of the process by which women authors sought public status in a literary publishing marketplace which was and remains customarily considered to be a masculine . Reclaiming authorship literary women in america 1850 1900 attending to biographical and cultural contexts and offering fresh readings of literary works reclaiming authorship focuses on the complex ways writers such as maria s cummins louisa may alcott elizabeth keckley mary abigail dodge elizabeth stuart phelps and constance . When i first began this study of female authors i had in mind relating the key term authorship to some other critical category realism as a literary mode or the formation of womens professional life in the united states or the nineteenth century literary marketplace and its production of cultural hierarchies of taste and indeed this book takes up all of these categories in one . Susan s williams reclaiming authorship lit erary if omen in amenca 1850 1900philadel phia university ofpennsylvania press 2006 255pp isbn 978 0812234235995 like naomi z sofersmaking the 54merica oj arl 2005 and anne e boyds writing for immorla iry 2004 susan williams reclaim ing authorship seeks to recreate and . Download citation on researchgate reclaiming authorship literary women in america 1850 1900 review reclaiming authorship tells the story of how women overcame their oppositional status
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