Rachel's Story: A Southern Girl in Pre-Civil War Boston
Rachel'ss Southern life falls apart with her mother'ss death, thrusting her into the Boston world her mother fled years before, and into the intellectual vortex of the age. Guides in her search for understanding include Elizabeth Peabody, Thoreau, Alcott, a
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