Castle Nowhere: And Other Sketches
Regarded by scholars and fans alike as an important female author of the nineteenth century, Constance Fenimore Woolson -- a relative of the great chronicler of early American life, James Fenimore Cooper -- was known for her uniquely compelling characterizations, particularly of the women in her stories. This collection of sketches and tales highlights Woolson's strengths as a literary artist.
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