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Toward a female genealogy of transcendentalism

Author: Jana L Argersinger; Phyllis Cole; Cairns Collection of American Women Writers.
Publisher: Athens : The University of Georgia Press, [2014]
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Traditional histories of the American transcendentalist movement begin in Ralph Waldo Emerson's terms: describing a rejection of college books and church pulpits in favor of the individual power of "Man Thinking." This essay collection asks how women who lacked the privileges of both college and clergy rose to thought. For them, reading alone and conversing together were the primary means of growth, necessarily in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jana L Argersinger; Phyllis Cole; Cairns Collection of American Women Writers.
ISBN: 9780820343396 0820343390 9780820346779 0820346772
OCLC Number: 859447087
Description: xiv, 496 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction / Phyllis Cole with Jana Argersinger --
Early voices, origins, influences: "Let me do nothing smale" : Mary Moody Emerson and women's "talking" manuscripts / Noelle A. Baker ; "With the eyes that are given me" : early transcendentalism and feminist colonial poetics in Sophia Peabody's Cuba journal / Ivonne M. García ; Fuller, Goethe, Bettine : cultural transfer and imagined German womanhood / Carol Strauss Sotiropoulos ; What did Margaret think of George? / Gary Williams ; Elizabeth Peabody in the nineteenth century : autobiographical perspectives / Phyllis Cole --
Transcendentalist circles: "How it all lies before me to-day" : transcendentalist women's journeys into attention / Sarah Ann Wider ; "We have abolished domestic servitude" : women and work at Brook Farm / Sterling F. Delano ; Sentimental transcendentalism and political affect : Child and Fuller in New York / Jeffrey Steele ; (S)exchanges : Julia Ward Howe's The hermaphrodite and the gender dialectics of transcendentalism / Monika Elbert --
Wider circles of vision and action: Green exaltadas : Margaret Fuller, transcendentalist conservationism, and antebellum women's nature writing / Daniel S. Malachuk ; "Each atomic part" : Edmonia Goodelle Highgate's African American transcendentalism / Eric Gardner ; Caroline Healey Dall and the American social science movement / Helen R. Deese ; Transcendental erotics, same-sex desire, and Ethel's love-life / Dorri Beam --
Late voices and legacies: Required to "speak" : Caroline Healey Dall and the defense of Margaret Fuller / Mary de Jong ; "A woman's place" : the transcendental realism of Mary Wilkins Freeman / Susan M. Stone ; Black exaltadas : race, reform, and spectacular womanhood after Fuller / Katherine Adams ; The cosmopolitan project of Louisa May Alcott / Laura Dassow Walls.
Responsibility: edited by Jana L. Argersinger and Phyllis Cole.

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The first large-scale, collaborative study of women's voices and their vital role in the American transcendentalist movement. Many of its seventeen distinguished scholars work from newly recovered  Read more...

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