Journeys in New Worlds: Early American Women's Narratives (Wisconsin studies in American autobiography)
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These are tales of exploration beyond conventional boundaries, women's voyages of self-discovery in a new world. Presents the personal narratives of four women in the early days of American settlement. The authors include Mary Rowlandson, Sarah Knight, Elizabeth Trist and Elizabeth Ashbridge.
Chesnutt; To Tell a Free Story: The First Century of Afro- American Autobiography, 1760 1865; Sisters of the Spirit; The Curse of Caste by Julia C. About the Author William L. He is general editor of Wisconsin Studies in Autobiography and The Literature of the American South: A Norton Anthology, and co-editor of The Oxford Companion to African American Literature and The Norton Anthology of African American Literature. . Maynard Adams Professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other works include the Norton Critical Edition of Up From Slavery; The Literary Career of Charles W. Andrews is E. Collins; Life of William Grimes, the Runaway Slave; and Sla
William L. Collins; Life of William Grimes, the Runaway Slave; and Slave Narratives after Slavery. Other works include the Norton Critical Edition of Up From Slavery; The Literary Career of Charles W. . Andrews is E. Chesnutt; To Tell a Free Story: The First Century of Afro- American Autobiography, 1760 1865; Sisters of the Sp
"Headnotes not present in Kindle edition" according to Chelsea Carpenter. I'm using this book for class and discovered the Kindle edition does not have the very helpful headnotes (introductory essays) present in the print edition. Also, the publisher did not include true page numbers.