Domestic abolitionism and juvenile literature, 1830-1865 /
"Deborah C. De Rosa examines the multifaceted nature of domestic abolitionism, a discourse that nineteenth-century women created to voice their political sentiments when cultural imperatives demanded their silence. For nineteenth-century women struggling to find an abolitionist voice while main...
State University of New York Press,
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