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Ohio's Nineteenth-Century Regional Women's Fiction
This chronologically selected anthology of fiction by eight Ohio women makes accessible a literary tradition that begins with lost aspects of frontier life in the 1830s depicted by contemporaries Julia L. Dumont and Pamilla W. Ball. It ends with Jessie Brown Pounds's retrospective recreation of the Western Reserve's frontier culture at the century's close.
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LC: 98-011977 PS
248 pp. 6 x 9
Cloth $49.95 t
ISBN 978-0-87972-766-6 Paper $18.95 t
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