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Product NameObservations On The Real Rights Of Women And Other Writings (Legacies Of Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers)
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHeight:8.39 inches / Length:5.39 inches / Weight:0.95 pounds / Width:0.98 inches
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AuthorHannah Mather Crocker
Page Count340
BindingPaperback
Published05/01/2011
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Following in the path of her distinguished Puritan forebears, Hannah Mather Crocker used her skills as a writer primarily to persuade. Unlike those forebears, however, she did not begin her career as a published writer until well into middle age, after the death of her husband, Joseph Crocker, and after having raised ten children. The works collected here include previously unpublished poetry, drama, memoirs, sermons, and essays on American identity, education, and history, as well as the three texts published in her lifetime. This volume is named for her most famous work, Observations on the Real Rights of Women. Originally published in 1818, it is widely considered the first published treatise on women’s rights written by an American woman and serves as a rare example of women’s views of their own roles within the early American republic. This collection also mirrors the many changes that occurred in the United States during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, highlighting the shift in attitude toward women’s rights, education, and other reform movements as well as the American Revolution. Crocker’s writing provides a rare and valuable window into the concerns of women who embodied Enlightenment ideals during the years of the early republic.
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