A Comprehensive Study of American Writer Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, 1844-1911: Art for Truth's Sake
Edwin Mellen Press, 2003 - 291 pages
This work examines the novels, essays, and short stories of Elizabeth Stuart Phelps within their cultural/historical context. It examines the social climate and reform movements during Phelps' writing career, and shows how she was a woman ahead of her time in the 19th century.
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