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Portraits of American Women - Bradford, Gamaliel
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 300 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=17mm, Gew.=381gr, [GR: 21600 - TB/Belletristik/Biographien, Erinnerungen], [SW: - Biography / Autobiography], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN WOMEN PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN WOMEN By GAMALIEL BRADFORD BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON MIFFJLIN COMPANY fltfe ffifeeqtibe TO H. F. B. II y a trois chases guejai beaucoup aim es et aitxquelles je ria, i jamais rien compris les femmes, la pei-nture, et la musigue. Rien ne vit gue par le d tail SAINTE BEUVE PREFACE THIS book might almost be called Portraits of New England Women, since, with the exception of Miss Willard, all of the subjects studied in it were born in New England. As I had devoted a good many years to distinguished representatives of other parts of the country, I felt at liberty to confine my researches for a brief period to souls nearer home. In the study of women it is especially difficult to obtain satisfactory material, and material affecting the lives of New England women was most readily accessible to me. At the same time, of the seven New England characters here portrayed, at least three, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Margaret Fuller Ossoli, and Louisa May Alcott, are so thoroughly iden tified with the country at large that one hardly thinks of their birthplace. Abigail Adams, Mary Lyon, and Emily Dickinson are known to a great number of their countrywomen and Sarah Alden Ripley ought to be so. I hope, moreover, to follow this series with another, embracing prominent women of other sections. I am under deep obligation to various persons for assistance in my work. Mrs. Ripleys grandchildren have kindly supplied me with numerous letters, without which it would have been impossible to make an ade quate study of her. Miss Charlotte A. Hedge has lent me letters of Margaret Fuller to Dr. F. H. Hedge, and the Boston Public Library has placed its valuable Ossolimanuscripts at my disposal. Mount Holyoke College has enabled me to make use of a most interest ing collection of reminiscences of Mary Lyon. Mr. x PREFACE C K. Bolton has allowed me to examine the corre spondence of Frances Willard with his mother, Mrs, Sarah Knowles Bolton. And Mr. McGregor Jenkins has lent me letters and has more especially furnished me with significant personal memories of Emily Dick inson. To all these collaborators I am very grateful. GAMALIEL BRADFORD Wdlesley Hills, Massachusetts September 30, 19x9 CONTENTS I. ABIGAIL ADAMS i II. SARAH ALDEN RIPLEY 33 III. MARYLYON 65 IV. HARRIET BEECHER STOWE 99 V. MARGARET FULLER OSSOLI i ji VI. LOUISA MAY ALCOTT 165 VII. FRANCES ELIZABETH WILLARD 195 . EMILY DICKINSON 227 NOTES 259 INDEX ILLUSTRATIONS ABIGAIL SMITH ADAMS Frontispiece SARAH ALDEN RIPLEY 34 MARY LYON 66 HARRIET BEECHER STOWE 100 MARGARET FULLER OSSOLI 132 LOUISA MAY ALQOTT i 166 FRANCES WILLARD 196 EMILY DICKINSON 228 PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN WOMEN PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN WOMEN By GAMALIEL BRADFORD BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON MIFFJLIN COMPANY fltfe ffifeeqtibe TO H. F. B. II y a trois chases guejai beaucoup aim es et aitxquelles je ria, i jamais rien compris les femmes, la pei-nture, et la musigue. Rien ne vit gue par le d tail SAINTE BEUVE PREFACE THIS book might almost be called Portraits of New England Women, since, with the exception of Miss Willard, all of the subjects studied in it were born in New England. As I had devoted a good many years to distinguished representatives of other parts of the country, I felt at liberty to confine my researches for a brief period to souls nearer home. In the study of women it is especially difficult to obtain satisfactory material, and material affecting the lives of New England women was most readily accessible to me. At the same time, of the seven New England characters here portrayed, at least three, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Margaret Fuller Ossoli, and Louisa May Alcott, are so thoroughly iden tified with the country at large that one hardly thinks of their birthplace. Abigail Adams, Mary Lyon, and Emily Dickinson are known to a great number of their countrywomen and Sarah Alden Ripley ought to be so. I hope, moreover, to follow this series with another, embracing prominent women of other sections. I am under deep obligation to various persons for assistance in my work. Mrs. Ripleys grandchildren have kindly supplied me with numerous letters, without which it would have been impossible to make an ade quate study of her. Miss Charlotte A. Hedge has lent me letters of Margaret Fuller to Dr. F. H. Hedge, and the Boston Public Library has placed its valuable Ossolimanuscripts at my disposal. Mount Holyoke College has enabled me to make use of a most interest ing collection of reminiscences of Mary Lyon. Mr. x PREFACE C K. Bolton has allowed me to examine the corre spondence of Frances Willard with his mother, Mrs, Sarah Knowles Bolton. And Mr. McGregor Jenkins has lent me letters and has more especially furnished me with significant personal memories of Emily Dick inson. To all these collaborators I am very grateful. GAMALIEL BRADFORD Wdlesley Hills, Massachusetts September 30, 19x9 CONTENTS I. ABIGAIL ADAMS i II. SARAH ALDEN RIPLEY 33 III. MARYLYON 65 IV. HARRIET BEECHER STOWE 99 V. MARGARET FULLER OSSOLI i ji VI. LOUISA MAY ALCOTT 165 VII. FRANCES ELIZABETH WILLARD 195 . EMILY DICKINSON 227 NOTES 259 INDEX ILLUSTRATIONS ABIGAIL SMITH ADAMS Frontispiece SARAH ALDEN RIPLEY 34 MARY LYON 66 HARRIET BEECHER STOWE 100 MARGARET FULLER OSSOLI 132 LOUISA MAY ALQOTT i 166 FRANCES WILLARD 196 EMILY DICKINSON 228

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Portraits of American Women

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PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN WOMEN PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN WOMEN By GAMALIEL BRADFORD BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON MIFFJLIN COMPANY fltfe ffifeeqtibe TO H. F. B. II y a trois chases guejai beaucoup aim es et aitxquelles je ria, i jamais rien compris les femmes, la pei-nture, et la musigue. Rien ne vit gue par le d tail SAINTE BEUVE PREFACE THIS book might almost be called Portraits of New England Women, since, with the exception of Miss Willard, all of the subjects studied in it were born in New England. As I had devoted a good many years to distinguished representatives of other parts of the country, I felt at liberty to confine my researches for a brief period to souls nearer home. In the study of women it is especially difficult to obtain satisfactory material, and material affecting the lives of New England women was most readily accessible to me. At the same time, of the seven New England characters here portrayed, at least three, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Margaret Fuller Ossoli, and Louisa May Alcott, are so thoroughly iden tified with the country at large that one hardly thinks of their birthplace. Abigail Adams, Mary Lyon, and Emily Dickinson are known to a great number of their countrywomen and Sarah Alden Ripley ought to be so. I hope, moreover, to follow this series with another, embracing prominent women of other sections. I am under deep obligation to various persons for assistance in my work. Mrs. Ripleys grandchildren have kindly supplied me with numerous letters, without which it would have been impossible to make an ade quate study of her. Miss Charlotte A. Hedge has lent me letters of Margaret Fuller to Dr. F. H. Hedge, and the Boston Public Library has placed its valuable Ossolimanuscripts at my disposal. Mount Holyoke College has enabled me to make use of a most interest ing collection of reminiscences of Mary Lyon. Mr. x PREFACE C K. Bolton has allowed me to examine the corre spondence of Frances Willard with his mother, Mrs, Sarah Knowles Bolton. And Mr. McGregor Jenkins has lent me letters and has more especially furnished me with significant personal memories of Emily Dick inson. To all these collaborators I am very grateful. GAMALIEL BRADFORD Wdlesley Hills, Massachusetts September 30, 19x9 CONTENTS I. ABIGAIL ADAMS i II. SARAH ALDEN RIPLEY 33 III. MARYLYON 65 IV. HARRIET BEECHER STOWE 99 V. MARGARET FULLER OSSOLI i ji VI. LOUISA MAY ALCOTT 165 VII. FRANCES ELIZABETH WILLARD 195 . EMILY DICKINSON 227 NOTES 259 INDEX ILLUSTRATIONS ABIGAIL SMITH ADAMS Frontispiece SARAH ALDEN RIPLEY 34 MARY LYON 66 HARRIET BEECHER STOWE 100 MARGARET FULLER OSSOLI 132 LOUISA MAY ALQOTT i 166 FRANCES WILLARD 196 EMILY DICKINSON 228

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781406745894
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1406745898
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: DODO PR
300 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,381 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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