Breaking Boundaries: New Perspectives on Women's Regional Writing

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Sherrie A. Inness, Diana Royer
University of Iowa Press, 1997 - American literature - 291 pages
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Contents

Gender in Irving Stowe
17
Celia Thaxters Among the Isles of Shoals
38
Selfrepresentation in Grace Kings Balcony Stories Lori Robison
54
Regionalism and Pauline Hopkinss
72
Sarah Orne Jewetts The
88
Sarah Orne Jewett
109
Mary Austin
124
Meridel Le Sueur and the Making of a Radical
143
The Lady of the Limberlost Resituates
162
of Agnes Morley Cleaveland and Fabiola Cabeza de Baca Becky
180
Wilma Dykeman and Appalachian
197
Natural Landscapes and
216
Linda Hasselstrom at Home on the American
237
Works Cited
259
Notes on Contributors
281
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Diana Royer is Associate Professor of English at Miami University.

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