The Story of Mary Maclane

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RIVERBEND PUB, Oct 1, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 328 pages
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Years ahead of her time, this book flew out of bookstores when it was first published in 1902. A personal history of a Montana teenager that shocked the world and influenced generations of American writers.

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She just keeps talking about how much better she is than everyone else without any examples of her greatness. Everything she says seems to be insincere and for the sole purpose of making other people mad. Read full review

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I feel Nothing. I read the 1902 version of this book. It was very well crafted. This book makes we want to read The Mill on the Floss because she mentions it. Also, I loved the part about falling for Napoleon and many other parts that I might write about later... Read full review

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I am Mary MacLane: of no importance to the wide bright world and dearly and damnably important to Me. Face to face I look at Me with some hatred, with despair and with great intentness.

Julia Watson is Associate Professor of Comparative Studies, The Ohio State University.

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