5 edition of Selected journals of Caroline Healey Dall found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Helen R. Deese.|
|Series||Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society -- v. 90|
|LC Classifications||PS1499.D83 Z46 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > :|
|LC Control Number||2006018403|
The Stoddards belonged to New York's vibrant, close-knit literary and artistic circles. Among their correspondents were both family members and friends including writers and editors such as Julia Caroline Ripley Dorr, Rufus Griswold, James Russell Lowell, Caroline Healey Dall, Julian Hawthorne, William Dean Howells, Helen Hunt Jackson, Edmund Clarence Stedman, and Cited by: 2. Caroline Wells (Healey) Dall to Paulina Wright Davis [Editorial Note: Caroline Wells (Healey) Dall (), author of this letter, was beginning her long and productive literary career in Her Essays and Sketches (Boston, ) had just appeared.
Listed here are the book-length editions of the writings of the Transcendentalists, primary and secondary bibliographies of them, selected biographies, and relevant Web sites. The critical literature is too vast to even sample here; the reader should check the secondary bibliographies of individual authors and the “Emerson, Thoreau, Fuller, and Transcendentalism” chapter in the . Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall, vol. 2: â€“ // Journal of American History;Dec, Vol. Issue 3, p No abstract available. Joel Barlow (). // Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient & Modern -- Volu;3/1/, p
THEIR PLACE INSIDE THE BODY-POLITIC, TO , like earlier volumes in this series, documents the lives and work of Elizabeth Cady Stanton (–) and Susan B. Anthony (–).Imbedded in the design of this edition is an assertion or hypothesis that the Selected Papers of these great reformers belong together. It might be said that, as a private matter, . Deese's editions of the diary and journal of Caroline Healey Dall, Amelia Montes's forthcoming edition of María Amparo ruiz de burton's Who Would Have Thought It?, Karen L. Kilcup's edition of the memoir of the Cherokee writer narcissa owen, and Carla L. peterson's reconstructions of the lives of African American women speakers and writers.
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Making available what is perhaps the longest-running diary in existence, Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall, offers what arguably is the most complete account we have of a nineteenth-century American woman's life.
Dall (), a participant in the transcendentalist, abolitionist, women's rights, and social science Cited by: 1. Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall (Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society) [Caroline Healey Dall, Helen R.
Deese] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This second volume of selections from Caroline Healey Dall’s diary extends her story into the crucial period of her central role in the American women’s movement and her position as a Author: Caroline Healey Dall.
Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall, vol. 2: – Caroline Dall was vulnerable to public disparagement for her presence in lecture halls and her participation in the women's movement.
It is difficult to say, however, just how much would be known about any of these things—Dall's career as well as her intimate life—if it were. Dall, Caroline Wells Healey, Selected journals of Caroline Healey Dall. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society ; Charlottesville: Distributed by the University of Virginia Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Caroline Wells Healey Dall; Caroline Wells Healey Dall: Material Type.
Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall, Volume 2: – Edited by Helen R. Deese. Edited by Helen R. Deese. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia : Phyllis Cole.
Caroline Wells Healey Dall (J – Decem ) was an American feminist writer, transcendentalist, and was affiliated with the National Women's Rights Convention, the New England Women's Club, and the American Social Science associates included Elizabeth Peabody and Margaret Fuller, as well as members of the Known for: Participation in the Women's Rights Movement and Transcendentalism.
Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall Caroline Healey Dall. Edited by Helen R. Deese. This second volume of selections from Caroline Healey Dall’s diary extends her story into the crucial period of her central role in the American women’s movement and her position as a founder of the American Social Science Association.
University of Virginia Press P.O. Box (Postal) Sprigg Lane (Courier) Charlottesville, VA Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall, Volume 1: (November ) Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall, Volume 2: (July ) Printed volumes are available from the Society's distributor, the University of Virginia Press.
A microfilm edition includes the entire collection of Caroline Dall Papers. Transcriptions of Dall's journals from to have been published in Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society (vol.
90) as Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall, also edited by Helen R. Deese (Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, ).
Caroline Wells Healey Dall () was an American feminist writer, transcendentalist and reformer. She was affiliated with the National Women's Rights Convention, the New England Women's Club, and the American Social Science Association/5.
Great, fantastic book, both due to the wealth and depth of material and the exceptional style of Caroline Dall's diaries.
However, even though I feel that H. Deese has made a tremendous effort to bring C. Dall's diaries to the public, I would have liked to hear more of Ms. Dall's voice in them/5. For a girl who loved learning “dead languages” and replying to her Italian teacher in perfect Italian, this was a striking blow 14 C.
Dall, Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall, Volume 1, – Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, vol. 90 (Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, ), ; –Author: Lydia Willsky‐Ciollo.
Daughter of Boston: The Extraordinary Diary of a Nineteenth-Century Woman, Caroline Healey Dall. By Helen R. Deese, ed. Beacon Press, () The Peabody Sisters. Biographical entry by Susan Ritchie. (Dictionary of Unitarian Universalist Biography) Caroline Dall. Biographical entry by Spencer Lavan and Peter Hughes.
Daughter of Boston: The Extraordinary Diary of a Nineteenth-Century Woman: Caroline Healey Dall Caroline Wells Healey Dall, Author, Helen R. Deese, Editor. Beacon $ (p) ISBN Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall edited by Helen R.
Deese for the Massachusetts Historical Society (, ) A native of Boston and daughter of a prominent merchant, Caroline Healey Dall () became involved in many movements vital to the history of New England and the nation. Description: The New England Quarterly, founded inis best described by its subtitle, A Historical Review of New England Life and h major essays, memoranda and edited documents, reconsiderations (of scholarly editions, influential interpretive texts, and essays published in NEQ), essay reviews, and book reviews, NEQ authors help readers evaluate the.
Book Reviews The Letters of Robert Frost, Volume 1: –, edited by Donald Sheehy, Mark Richardson, and Robert Faggen Robert Volpicelli Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall, Volume 2: –, edited by Helen R. Deese Phyllis Cole Barbara Fritchie | This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. In Helen Deese’s edited volume, Caroline Healey Dall’s continuous seventy-year diary appears in print for the first time.
In this first volume, Deese adds an account of her life from the age of sixteen to thirty-three. Although up until now neglected and largely forgotten, Dall made significant literary and social.
Read "Daughter of Boston: The Extraordinary Diary of a Nineteenth-Century Woman, Caroline Healey Dall (review), Legacy" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.In nineteenth-century Boston, amidst the popular lecturing of Ralph Waldo Emerson and the discussion groups led by Margaret Fuller, sat a remarkable young woman, Caroline Healey Dall (): transcendentalist, early feminist, writer, reformer, and.
Jonathan M. Chu, Editor Betsy Klimasmith and Holly Jackson, Associate Editors. For over ninety years, The New England Quarterly (NEQ) has published the best that has been written on New England’s cultural, literary, political, and social butions cover a range of time periods, from before European colonization to the present, and discuss subjects germane to New .