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Reading and writing ourselves into being : the literacy of certain nineteenth-century young women

Author: Claire White Putala
Publisher: Greenwich, Conn. : Information Age Pub., ©2004.
Series: Language, literacy, and learning.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Study of literacy based on a collection of correspondence, the Osborne Family Papers, 1812-1968, located in the Special Collections Research Center of Syracuse University.
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Genre/Form: Archives
Named Person: Osborne family
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Claire White Putala
ISBN: 1593111088 9781593111083 1593111096 9781593111090
OCLC Number: 54065519
Notes: Based on the author's thesis (doctoral)--Syracuse University.
Study of literacy based on a collection of correspondence, the Osborne Family Papers, 1812-1968, located in the Special Collections Research Center of Syracuse University.
Description: xx, 303 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Beginning to contextualize Eliza Wright Osborne in her literacy --
Wherein the problem is set --
Reading the writing of "the particular" : a methodology --
On their own: women reading (mostly) women --
Not on their own: mothers and men prescribe their reading --
Writing well : in search of "the particular" --
"Fixed very nicely indeed!" : a focus on gender --
Endings.
Series Title: Language, literacy, and learning.
Responsibility: by Claire White Putala.
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Foreword, Joan N. Burstyn. Chapter I: Beginning to Contextualize Eliza Wright Osborne in Her Literacy. Chapter II: Wherein the Problem is Set. Chapter III: Reading the Writing of "The Particular": A  Read more...

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