Northeastern University Press and literature, New England, History, 19th century Puritan movements in literaturePuritans in literature Stoddard, Elizabeth, 18231902., Morgesons Stowe http://www.mnstate.edu/seabooks/noreast.up.htm
Extractions: Ebb Tide in New England Women, Seaports, and Social Change, 1630-1800 Elaine Forman Crane The status of women in four New England seaports (Boston, Salem, Newport, and Portsmouth) during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries is thoroughly documented in this illuminating work. Although the female population was preponderant in these urban towns, Elaine Forman Crane finds that women of this period gradually became less autonomous and more dependent on men than they had been in the early years of English settlement. Challenging the prevailing notion that women's lives improved during the revolutionary era, the author convincingly argues that women's voices grew weaker and their presence dimmer as the market economy and government expanded. Drawing from census lists, church records, merchants' ledgers, newspapers, town records, and family papers, Crane traces the evolution of religious, commercial, and legal institutions to show how women suffered a deterioration in economic standing, a growing public invisibility, and a heightened reliance on male decision making. She frames her narrative within the context of European women's experiences, revealing a parallel decline in status as the patriarchal structures of church, state, and market became more elaborate and interconnected. Ebb Tide in New England offers a fresh perspective on ordinary women's lives in the colonial and revolutionary periods, and it makes a strong case for viewing the feminization of poverty in contemporary America as a product of these historical origins.
Authors Of American Verse 18741904); Stoddard, Elizabeth Barstow (1823-1902); Stoddard, RichardHenry (1825-1903); Story, William Wetmore (1819-1895); Tabb, John http://www.hti.umich.edu/a/amverse/authlist.html
Extractions: Adams, Henry (1838-1918) Adams, John (1704-1740) Adams, John Quincy (1767-1848) Alcott, Amos Bronson (1799-1888) Aldrich, Thomas Bailey (1836-1907) Alger, Jr., Horatio (1832-1899) Allen, Elizabeth Akers (1832-1911 ) Allen, James (1739-1808) Allen, Paul (1784-1826) Allston, Washington (1779-1843) Alsop, George (1636-1673?) Arthur, T. S. (1809-1885) Barlow, Joel (1754-1812) Bates, Katharine Lee (1859-1929) Beadle, Samuel Alfred (1857-1932) Belknap, Jeremy (1744-1798) Bell, James Madison (1826-1902) Benjamin, Park (1809-1864) Benjamin, Robert C. O. (1855-1900) Bibb, Eloise A. (1878-1927) Bierce, Ambrose (1842-1914) Blackson, Lorenzo Dow (b.1817) Bland, James A. (1854-1911) Bleeker, Ann Eliza (1752-1783) Blood, Benjamin Paul (1832-1919) Bodman, Manoah (1765-1850) Boker, George Henry (1823-1890) Botta, Anne C. Lynch (1815-1891) Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth (1848-1895) Brackenridge, Hugh Henry (1748-1816) Bradford, William (1590-1657) Bradstreet, Anne (1612 or 1613-1672) Brainard, John Gardiner Calkins (1796-1828) >Braithwaite, William Stanley (1878-1962)
Extractions: Oscar Fay Adams, 1855-1919 Amos Bronson Alcott, 1799-1888 Thomas Bailey Aldrich, 1836-1907 Elizabeth Akers Allen, 1832-1911 Washington Allston, 1779-1843 George Alsop, b.1638 Joel Barlow, 1754-1812 Ambrose Bierce, 1842-1914 Ann Eliza Bleecker, 1752-1783 George Henry Boker, 1823-1890 Anne Charlotte Lynch Botta, 1815-1891 Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen, 1848-1895 Hugh Henry Brackenridge, 1748-1816 William Bradford, 1590-1657 Anne Bradstreet, 1612-1672 John Gardiner Calkins Brainard, 1796-1828 Charles Timothy Brooks, 1813-1883 Maria Gowen Brooks, 1794?-1845 Phillips Brooks, 1835-1893 Henry Howard Brownell, 1820-1872 John Howard Bryant, 1807-1902 William Cullen Bryant, 1794-1878 Mather Byles, 1707-1788 George Henry Calvert, 1803-1889 Josiah Dean Canning, 1816-1892 Will Carleton, 1845-1912 Guy Wetmore Carryl, 1873-1904 Alice Cary, 1820-1871 Phoebe Cary, 1824-1871 Madison Julius Cawein, 1865-1914 William Ellery Channing, 1818-1901 Lydia Maria Francis Child, 1802-1880 Thomas Holley Chivers, 1809-1858 Benjamin Church, 1734-1776
Center For The Study Of Women Elizabeth Stoddard was never a very popular writer in the mid19th century (1823-1902);in fact, several well-known authors were extremely critical of her work http://www.women.ucla.edu/csw/Looby.html
Extractions: Qscholars Series Elizabeth Stoddard was never a very popular writer in the mid-19th century (1823-1902); in fact, several well-known authors were extremely critical of her work. Stoddard was fascinated by issues of gender and sexuality, and broke the literary rules of the time in order to write about a wide variety of "perversities." Stoddard's blatant concern with issues of sexuality/gender are evident throughout her writings, with perhaps one of the most extreme examples being a cross-dressing child in her odd children's book, Lolly Dinks's Doings . Stoddard's treatment of heterosexuality is particularly compelling in these works, as it is presented as just one of many other potential perversities to be teased out and explored. Perhaps Stoddard's literature captured a specific historic moment in which conceptions about sexuality were changing in society, and that she knowingly explored these issued in her writing.
American Poetry, Table Of Contents + Stickney, Trumbull 18741904. + Stoddard, Charles Warren 1843-1909. + Stoddard,Elizabeth Drew Barstow 1823-1902. + Stoddard, Richard Henry 1825-1903. http://collections.chadwyck.co.uk/ampo/htxview?template=toc_hdft.htx&content=toc
Extractions: volumes, including a Life of Washington Irving (1881) and two realistic novels, effective studies of New York society, A Little Journey in the World (1889) and The Golden House Richard Henry Stoddard, whose early years were years of poverty, was toiling in an iron foundry when he began his poetical career in New York. A friendship with Bayard Taylor led to the publication of his first poems and to much literary work. From 1859 to 1870, Mr. Stoddard was employed in the New York custom-house, a position obtained with the friendly assistance of Hawthorne. From that time on, he was engaged in editorial work and held a high place among our minor poets. An autobiographic volume of Recollections (1903) is not the least interesting of his prose works. The poet's wife, Elizabeth B. Stoddard (1823-1902), was also a writer of verse and the author of three noteworthy novels, The Morgesons Two Men (1865), and Temple House A Philadelphia writer, George Henry Boker (1823-1890), represents substantial attainment in the field of dramatic poetry. His successful tragedy, Francesca da Rimini (1856), is possibly the best of several which embody that romantic theme.
A Summer Night A Summer Night By Elizabeth Stoddard (18231902) I FEEL the breath of the summernight, Aromatic fire The trees, the vines, the flowers are astir, With tender http://hjem.get2net.dk/fabienke/fantasiogkreativitet/summernight/summernight.htm
Descendants Of William Hillard Levi (1836 ) S. Levi (1823-1902). Levi (1836- ). Levi P. Joanna Maria (1831-1890)c,S. Katherine Stoddard C. Leland C. Lizzie C. Mary Elizabeth (1838- ) C. Odin C. http://members.aol.com/vghillard4/estrmary/names47.htm
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Tucson Pima Public Library /All Locations The lifted veil. Nightingale, Florence, 18201910. Stoddard, Elizabeth, 1823-1902.Lemorne versus Huell. Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins, 1825-1911. http://infolynx.ci.tucson.az.us:90/kids/10,33,43/search/aGrahame, Kenneth, 1859-
Extractions: WORD AUTHOR TITLE SUBJECT Children's Materials Internet View Entire Collection Title Chloe plus Olivia : an anthology of lesbian literature from the seventeenth century to the present / compiled and edited by Lillian Faderman. Publisher New York : Viking, 1994. LOCATION CALL # STATUS Main DUE 06-20-04 Description Contents Pt. I. Kindred spirits : the literature of romantic friendship pt. II. A man trapped in a woman's body : the literature of sexual inversion pt. III. Carnivorous flowers : the literature of exotic and evil lesbians pt. IV. In the closet : the literature of lesbian encoding pt. V. Amazons : the literature of lesbian-feminism pt. VI. Flowerings : post-lesbian-feminist literature. Summary A wdie-ranging collection of fiction, poetry, essays, excerpts, and other writings by and about lesbianism and female romantic friendship, from writers past and present. Subjects Lesbians Literary collections. Bisexuality Literary collections. Lesbians' writings, American. Lesbians' writings, English. ... Lesbians' writings Translations into English. Other author Faderman, Lillian.
American Poetry - Civil War And Aftermath 1888. Stoddard, Elizabeth Drew Barstow (18231902) Poems CambridgeThe Riverside Press, 1895. Stoddard, Richard Henry (1825-1903) At http://library.stanford.edu/depts/hasrg/hdis/ampo5_toc.html
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