Women's Novels and Women's Minds: An Unsentimental View of Nineteenth-Century American Women's Fiction

June 1998
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Summer98, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p335
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Highlights the 19th century fiction by women writers in the United States. Criticism of sentimentalism; Interpretation of women's novels; Excerpts from novels.


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